Advanced Air Mobility Company Supernal ‘Mines’ To Hire New Employees

Supernal’s S-A1
Supernal’s S-A1 electric, vertical-takeoff-and-landing vehicle is in development, with full-scale prototype test flights slated to begin in 2023.
Credit: Supernal
Not too long after former FAA Deputy Administrator Michael Whitaker reconnected with Jaiwon Shin, former associate director of NASA’s Aeronautics Research division, during the final Uber Elevate summit in Washington in 2019, Whitaker joined Shin at Hyundai, where Shin is now CEO of Supernal, the...
Carole Rickard Hedden

Carole Rickard Hedden was Executive Editor for custom content and Program Excellence for the Aviation Week Network, providing custom content and research to industry executives.

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