Boeing Invests $450m In UAM Joint Venture Wisk

Wisk’s fifth-generation Cora autonomous eVTOL has been in flight testing since 2018.
Credit: Wisk
Despite closing its future transportation unit in 2020, Boeing is investing $450 million in its Wisk joint venture with Kitty Hawk to develop and operate autonomous electric urban air taxis. Boeing and Kitty Hawk, which is backed by Google cofounder Larry Page, forged the joint venture in 2019. The...
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