Wisk Agrees To Operate Autonomous eVTOLs For Blade

Wisk is flight testing the autonomous two-seat Cora eVTOL.
Credit: Wisk Aero
Wisk Aero has agreed to operate up to 30 autonomous air taxis on Blade Urban Air Mobility’s U.S. network. No timescale was given for beginning operation, as autonomous aircraft are not yet permitted to fly passengers. Wisk said it plans to begin test flights in key service areas “when possible.” A...
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