Archer Says It’s on Track To Fly in December

California-based eVTOL developer remains optimistic despite third-quarter losses.
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Airflow, Pipistrel Partner For eSTOL Concept

Pipistrel to supply motors, batteries and motor controllers for Airflow’s proof-of-concept aircraft.
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Watch: ‘First crewed public test flight’ of eVTOL in South Korea

Germany’s Volocopter flies its 2X electric, vertical takeoff and landing air taxi in Seoul.
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Hyundai Launches New Business Targeting eVTOL Market

U.S.-based Supernal is the latest move by the automaker as it seeks to develop its air taxi business.
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Robotic Skies Gets Strategic Funding From Hearst Ventures

The funding will be used to support continued growth for the drone maintenance provider.
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U.S. Return to Moon’s Surface Delayed to 2025

NASA partially blamed delay on legal battle between SpaceX and Blue Origin over the lunar lander contract.
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Atlanta-based Startup Unveils Full-Scale Hypersonic Jet Prototype

Hermeus shows off its Mach 5 Quarterhorse concept, which might be developed as a future Air Force One.
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Astronauts Return After Six-Month Mission in Space

Crew-2 splashes down as the next group prepares for liftoff this week.
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Virgin Galactic Reports Third Quarter Loss

But the company says it has sold approximately 700 tickets so far.
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eVTOL Developer Overair Announces Headquarters Expansion

The company plans to bring thousands of jobs to Orange County, California.
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Taking Off in Public: Introducing Modern FLYING

The aerospace sector is nearing a renaissance, so we’re responding with a new brand.
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Congress Votes to Support Advanced Air Mobility

House OKs an interagency working group to plan and coordinate the emerging advanced air mobility industry.
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Embraer Introduces Line of ‘Green’ Airplanes

Company says the four concept aircraft are being evaluated for technical and commercial viability.
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NASA’s Crew-2 Astronauts Prepare for Flight Home

On Friday, they answered questions from orbit about their stay on the ISS.
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NASA Holds Briefing for Asteroid Redirection Mission

Administration believes it has a chance to test planetary defense systems—before we need them.
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Judge Rules Against Blue Origin On NASA Lunar Lander Contract

Thursday’s decision by the U.S. Court of Federal Claims deals a win to Musk-backed SpaceX.
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Loads of New Satellites Joining Earth’s Orbit Amid Space Junk Crisis

Efforts to remove debris from Earth’s orbit is a point of concern for the space industry.
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Astronauts Face Toilet Challenges on Return Flight

NASA says crew returning from International Space Station will have to use undergarments as backup.
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SpaceX Launch Delayed Over Medical Issue

NASA says liftoff could happen this weekend for mission that will send crew to International Space Station for six-month stay.
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Virtual Event: How Artificial Intelligence is Advancing Aviation

Avidyne founder, CEO, and president Dan Schwinn explains how AI is fueling their new PilotEye product and what may be ahead in eVTOL ...
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