Archer cofounder resigns as its eVTOL air taxi pursues certification

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In a surprise move, Archer cofounder Brett Adcock has left the electric takeoff and landing (eVTOL) plane developer, even as its Maker air taxi prototype continues quickly advancing toward certification objectives.

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United, Archer create committee on eVTOL maintenance

Archer eVTOL

Next-generation electric takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL) manufacturer Archer Aviation and United Airways are deepening their partnership through the establishment of a joint advisory committee to prepare efficient, safety-focused maintenance operations for future air taxis and other urban air mobility (UAM) planes.

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Archer CEOs discuss 2022 eVTOL air taxi development goals

San Francisco-based electric takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicle and air taxi company Archer Aviation finished last year with a bang. Now, its co-founders and -CEOs Brett Adcock and Adam Goldstein tell DroneDJ why they think 2022 will be even more exciting.

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$4-per-mile flying taxis to tackle Los Angeles, Miami traffic?

Flying car companies across the world are in a race to make air taxis a reality. And now, a startup backed by United Airlines is joining the fray, with a mission to make flying taxis affordable to the masses. Its strategy? Keeping the fare restricted to just $3 to $4 per mile.

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