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Volatus Signs Infrastructure LOI with EvFLY

Volatus Signs Infrastructure LOI with EvFLY

Volatus Infrastructure signed a letter of intent (LOI) with EvFly to be the electric aircraft operator’s exclusive eVTOL infrastructure and charging stations provider. 

Volatus Co-Founder Grant Fisk is thrilled about the deal, saying the two companies will collaborate on advanced air mobility (AAM) projects worldwide. 

“Volatus is excited to work with EVFLY to help continue building the foundation of the AAM industry and bring eVTOL to more corners of the globe,” he said. 

Yannick Erbs, EvFly Founder and CEO, said Volatus is well-versed in the requirements to establish a fully functioning AAM ecosystem. 

“We are very excited and delighted to work together with Volatus,” Erbs said. “Their knowledge and expertise in the AAM industry reinforces our belief that we are making the best choice as their main objective is to provide the best tailor-made tools and infrastructure while incorporating the latest technologies for electric charging stations and app support.”

The deal with EvFly comes after Volatus signed an agreement with South Korean eVTOL manufacturer PLANA to develop vertiports and integrate electric aircraft. 

EvFly, meanwhile, agreed to purchase 205 eVTOLs from AutoFlight in March. The Singapore-based company also joined forces with German flight simulation developer F.A.S.T.-Group to use their technology for pilot training purposes. 

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