Rolls, Luxaviation Team On AAM Charging, Maintenance

The partnership combines Rolls-Royce’s propulsion and energy expertise with Luxaviation’s operating experience.
Credit: Rolls-Royce
Rolls-Royce has signed a memorandum of understanding with Luxembourg-based business jet and helicopter service provider and fixed-based operator Luxaviation to collaborate on the development and deployment of advanced air mobility (AAM). The partners will focus on charging and energy infrastructure...
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