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The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) welcomes Eric Allison, head of Aviation Programs at Uber, leading the Elevate initiative to re-imagine urban transportation through the air. Eric will speak about the developing industry for electrically powered vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft during the Day 1 Keynote at the 2018 NBAA Business Aviation Convention &… Read more »
Bell arrived in Los Angeles and showed innovators – big and small – the future of on-demand mobility. From other industry partners to curious students, the #BellAirTaxi virtual reality experience gave everyone a glimpse into the future of flight. To start off a successful week, the Bell team went to the KIPP Academy of Innovation. The students experienced… Read more »
Bell Flight, 18-May-18
Bell and Uber are working together to launch their air taxi service in Dallas, Fort Worth. They aim to have the service up by 2023, with test flights being run as early as 2020. The new service, called Uber Elevate, hopes to bring flight accessibility to more people, not just those on the “upper end… Read more »
Bell is excited to work on a flying taxi project. They have joined with Embraer, Mooney, Aurora Flight Sciences and Pipistrel Aircraft in order to develop the aircraft. They hope to be the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) when the project gets underway, beating all the other competitors to the Uber name, reports Biz Journals.
US DoD, 21-Dec-17
AirX has announced that their new helicopter taxi service, CodeShare, is now officially available. Flights go from the Tokyo Heliport in Shinkiba to Hakone, Narita Airport and Hatsushima. A flight from Tokyo to Narita Airport comes to 59, 800 yen, reports Asiaventurepedia.
A3, an outpost of Airbus in Brazil, has come out with a new transportation app, Voom. Using the same concept as Uber, one would be able to hail a helicopter flight by using a smartphone. Many know that the streets of Sao Paulo are heavily laden with traffic, and getting from A to B can… Read more »