Volocopter Plans Four-Seater, 100,000-eVTOL Fleet By 2035

Volocopter sees the range of its two-seat VoloCity eVTOL increasing to 65 km as batteries improve to 400 Wh/kg.
Credit: Volocopter
With the vision of operating 100,000 air taxis in cities globally by 2035, Volocopter has detailed its approach to scalable urban air mobility in a new white paper . The German startup is targeting a market it projects will be worth €240 billion ($283.5 billion) annually by 2035. Volocopter plans to...
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