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VPorts Signs MoU to Build AAM Corridors Between Canada and US

VPorts Signs MoU to Build AAM Corridors Between Canada and US

VPorts announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish the first international electric AAM corridors between Quebec, Canada, and the United States.

The MoU was signed by international organizations including VPorts, Aéro Montréal, Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance (NUAIR), Innovitech, the Unmanned Aerial System Centre of Excellence (Alma) and Helijet International.

“Advanced Air Mobility is moving very fast. These Quebec-U.S. international corridors will contribute to the development, integration, and social acceptability of Advanced Air Mobility,” said Dr. Fethi Chebil, President and Founder, VPorts.

The corridors will help build an AAM ecosystem for the full commercialization of eVTOL transportation.

“This project is aligned with Aéro Montréal’s mission of enhancing the Quebec aerospace cluster and positioning it as an international leader,” said Suzanne M. Benoît, President, Aéro Montréal, Quebec’s aerospace cluster.

VPorts, a Quebec-based company in the design, construction and operation of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) infrastructure, aims to build and operate 1,500 vertiports across five continents by 2045.