What’s Happening at Wisk

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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.

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.

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Autonomy is the Path to Everyday Aviation

Autonomy is the Path to Everyday Aviation

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.

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Building Community Connections the Wisk Way

Building Community Connections the Wisk Way

Anna Kominik, Wisk’s Asia Pacific Region Director talks about how our participation in the Take Charge event in Christchurch, New Zealand is part of our larger, ongoing effort to not only build an aircraft that safely flies, but also work with communities, businesses, and government leaders on how best to shape a new eco-friendly environment in transportation.

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Electric self-flying taxi on display, as Christchurch shows off future of air travel

Electric self-flying taxi on display, as Christchurch shows off future of air travel

Source: Stuff

The city of Christchurch has further cemented itself as an international hub of aerospace innovation, with a weekend event highlighting how the future of flying could be emission-free. California-based startup Wisk had its all-electric, self-flying air taxi on public display for the first time – a plane designed to be so accessible, people could use it to fly every day.

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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.

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.

read story
Autonomy is the Path to Everyday Aviation

Autonomy is the Path to Everyday Aviation

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.

read more
Building Community Connections the Wisk Way

Building Community Connections the Wisk Way

Anna Kominik, Wisk’s Asia Pacific Region Director talks about how our participation in the Take Charge event in Christchurch, New Zealand is part of our larger, ongoing effort to not only build an aircraft that safely flies, but also work with communities, businesses, and government leaders on how best to shape a new eco-friendly environment in transportation.

read more
Electric self-flying taxi on display, as Christchurch shows off future of air travel

Electric self-flying taxi on display, as Christchurch shows off future of air travel

Source: Stuff

The city of Christchurch has further cemented itself as an international hub of aerospace innovation, with a weekend event highlighting how the future of flying could be emission-free. California-based startup Wisk had its all-electric, self-flying air taxi on public display for the first time – a plane designed to be so accessible, people could use it to fly every day.

read story