AAM Memo: Beta’s Pivot Highlights Attractive Path For ECTOLs

The fixed-wing CX300 is being launched with orders from Air New Zealand, Bristow Group and United Therapeutics.

Credit: Beta Technologies
Manufacturers of electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) vehicles have done a great job in capturing the hearts and minds of investors and the general public with promises of Jetsons-style flying cars, futuristic vertiports and seamless urban air mobility (UAM). But advanced air mobility (AAM)...
Ben Goldstein

Based in Boston, Ben covers advanced air mobility and is managing editor of Aviation Week Network’s AAM Report.

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