Blade Beats Expectations For Second Quarter

Credit: Beta Technologies
Blade Air Mobility, one of 10 publicly traded advanced air mobility (AAM) companies, beat analyst expectations with its second quarter 2022 financial performance. Revenues for the U.S. company were up 175% versus the prior year’s second quarter at $35.6 million, bolstered by the company’s...

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