Dallas’ Jaunt Air Mobility Signs Letter of Intent to Sell Air Taxis in Québec and South Korea » Dallas Innovates
, 2022-12-20 18:43:19,
Dallas-based Jaunt Air Mobility, a maker of electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, has signed letters of intent with companies in Canada and South Korea to sell a total of 111 of its Jaunt Journey air taxis.
Jaunt, which does its design and manufacturing in Montréal, Canada, announced that it had signed a letter of intent with Québec-based Vertiko Mobility for an intended initial purchase of 71 Jaunt Journey eVTOLs. Vertiko’s mission is to reconnect Québec’s regions to its urban centers by building a network of vertiports spanning the province along with local large-city networks, Jaunt said.
Jaunt also signed an LOI with Mint Air of South Korea for 40 aircraft to serve the Korean air taxi market.
Additionally, American-owned and -based Avports signed on with Jaunt’s Access Skyways infrastructure alliance to support the integration of eVTOL aircraft with airports and the aviation ecosystem.
Aiming to certify the Jaunt Journey by 2027
“Our goals for 2023 are ambitious”, Simon Briceno, Chief Commercial Officer for Jaunt, said in a statement. “Expansion and growth across all segments of the AIRO Group are structured to meet our vision of building a thriving middle-market aerospace company. Our strategic path for the Jaunt Journey…
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