Porsche and Boeing are working together to build luxury, electric, vertical airport (VTOL) aircraft for the wealthy to fly over the interrupted cities. They are the new companies that have announced ideas to explore the high-risk and potentially dangerous urban aviation market.
Porsche and Boeing have signed a separate contract form, which means they will negotiate for all transactions, but they will not be bound by the bond agreement. As part of the community, companies say “will create an international team to address air traffic congestion in metropolitan areas, including market analysis for cash vehicles and cases that can be used.”
The word “money” implies that this is not a “plane” for many, it is fair to assume that we are talking about Porsche here. Many companies want to build an electronic network of flight attendants who have the ability to claim by insisting that everyone can earn money by buying tickets. Except for the costs associated with the installation of aircraft power and airport (eVTOL) support structures, including airports and charging stations, it seems clear that they will be sold to the poorest – at least to begin with.
Porsche, Boeing, Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Science will work together to develop a high-performance electric motor vehicle that can fly over major cities. It was difficult for Aurora to test her first electric plane. Earlier this year, the unmarked car, drove vertically, paused for a few seconds, then landed on the company’s test site in Manaas, Virginia. Boeing said the future of the aircraft will be tested beforehand, the wing will be transmitted by air, and the transition phase between the vertical and front types of aircraft.
Boeing, and now Porsche, are among the companies operating a number of major urban airline services. But one of the world’s largest airlines, recognizing Boeing as having the resources and technical expertise to lift the skies sooner rather than later.
And Boeing is not the only airline that wants flight control. Last year, Airbus rival unveiled its Vahana eVTOL aircraft on the test sentence is very similar to Boeing. But unlike Boeing, Airbus is considering launching its own flagship pilot flight.