Our name may be different, but our vision of delivering safe, everyday flight to the world remains the same.
As we ready Cora for the skies – with passengers – the skies are getting ready for Cora. A new Airspace Integration Programme in New Zealand puts Cora another step closer in the quest for everyday flight.
Kitty Hawk and Boeing announce a partnership to collaborate on future efforts to advance safe urban air mobility. This is exciting news for us and the future of transportation.
Learn more about opportunities at our fast growing Avionics Software Verification and Validation office in Atlanta with team lead, Nate Fisher.
Initial Discovery Validates Wisk’s Concerns MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. – Wisk Aero, a leading Urban Air Mobility (UAM) company and developer of the first all-electric, self-flying air taxi in the U.S., today issued a statement regarding its lawsuit against Archer Aviation....
Update: July 22, 2021 Today, Wisk issued a press release on the continuation of its suit against Archer. Read more here. Update: July 15, 2021 Last night, Wisk filed a brief in support of its motion for a preliminary injunction against Archer. The filing details...
New Evidence Confirms Massive Theft and Archer’s Use of Wisk Trade Secrets, as Archer Engineer Pleads the Fifth
Wisk has submitted a brief in support of its preliminary injunction motion to the San Francisco federal court. The filing details newly-obtained documents and testimony from Archer demonstrating misappropriation of Wisk’s trade secrets “on a massive scale,” and that an Archer engineer pleaded the Fifth Amendment.
Wisk’s partnership with NASA continues our decade of innovation in Advanced Air Mobility. We’re proud to be selected as an AAM industry partner by NASA and we are enthusiastic about engaging with industry leaders supporting the National Campaign (NC-1) and its objective of advancing AAM flight, airspace, and operations infrastructure.
Everyday flight is coming soon, but what about everyday landing? Our latest blog outlines how we’re evaluating future vertiport sites and our commitment to ensuring the safest, most accessible and most reliable air taxi service for future passengers!
What Is a Flying Car? Inside Silicon Valley’s 10-year quest to make soaring above a crowded city street as easy as calling an Uber.
Source: New York Times
Wisk Aero, a company that spun out of Kitty Hawk in 2019 with backing from Mr. Page and Boeing, is already testing a two-seat vehicle, and it is building a larger autonomous air taxi that may have more seats. Many believe this is how flying cars will ultimately operate: as a taxi, without a pilot. In the long run, they argue, finding and paying pilots would be far too expensive.
Despite the potential of general aviation, as a pilot I’ve been able to share its benefits with only a handful of friends. Only 1 in 500 Americans have overcome the many obstacles to becoming a pilot, and once licensed, pilots face the additional challenge of having access to aircraft.
Wisk to Provide and Operate up to 30 Electric Vertical Aircraft for Key Blade Urban Air Mobility Routes
Wisk announces arrangement to provide and operate up to 30 electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft that will be deployed on Blade’s U.S. network. Blade and Wisk will also form a working group to engage with regulators and municipalities to pursue charging infrastructure and next generation air traffic control systems.