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Come Fly With Us: Industry Heavyweights To Descent Upon AIRTAXI 2023

Come Fly With Us: Industry Heavyweights To Descent Upon AIRTAXI 2023

An annual event that brings together the biggest players in the advanced air mobility (AAM) sector, the AIRTAXI World Congress this October once again promises to showcase the latest advancements in the fastevolving electric aircraft industry.

With an impressive lineup of speakers and exhibitors descending upon San Francisco International Airport, the official venue of the AIRTAXI World Congress,

The event is a must-attend for industry professionals looking to witness the latest eVTOL designs and technologies.”

and partake in wide-ranging discussions on the opportunities and regulatory challenges facing the industry.

Over 400 attendees from 275 companies based all over the world will be in attendance, allowing plenty of networking opportunities. The potential to forge long-lasting relationships is also a possibility as over 3,000 one-to-one meetings will be held throughout the four-day event at the Grand Hyatt at SFO from October 2 to 5.

Volocopter, EHang, Rolls Royce, Emirates, and Skyports are just a few of the high-profile sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees the AIRTAXI World Congress will host this year. Lufthansa Innovation Hub, Groupe ADP, Vertical Aerospace, and Aeroporti di Roma will also be present, while Munich International Airport will be a Gold Sponsor of the event.

A diverse selection of events and showcases will take place throughout the four-day symposium, including an array of in-depth discussions between eVTOL firms and their partner airlines. Presentations from airports and their vertiport partners will also be held.

Countdown to Certification, Factors Behind Key Investments, Regional Airports Infrastructure & eVTOL Operational Readiness are a few of the other highlights this year’s AIRTAXI World Congress will feature.

A spectacular conclusion has also been planned, with eVTOL aircraft conducting live take-off and landing demonstrations at San Francisco International Airport.

Rose Sokolova, Global Travel Investments’s Chief Operations Officer, is looking forward to the impending gathering of the world’s top eVTOL and AAM firms, adding that she is keen to see electric aircraft operating at San Francisco International Airport in the future.

“We are so thrilled to be working together with San Francisco International Airport, Joby Aviation, and Signature Flight Support on the integration of eVTOLs into SFO’s operational system to WOW all attendees this October! Stay tuned for more,” she said.