FlyNow Aviation has announced its participation in the upcoming COP28 Summit in Dubai. The company said it is honoured to be participating as one of the sustainable start-ups in the Green Zone at COP28 to showcase its revolutionary CO2 neutral Mobility Air Vehicle and its mission towards environmental responsibility.
FlyNow seeks to redefine city mobility by prioritising CO2 neutrality. With a keen focus on the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market, it aims to contribute to the ambitious goals of the UAE to cut emissions by 40 per cent by 2030, positioning itself as a key player in the global effort to combat climate change.
Jurgen Greil, CEO of FlyNow Aviation, said: “We take pride in being a sustainable start-up contributing to the environmental cause. Traditional transportation modes like cars, trucks, buses and even air conditioning units contribute significantly to CO2 emissions.
“While the shift to electric vehicles is considered a solution, it comes with limitations such as traffic congestion and resource-intensive production. At FlyNow Aviation, we aim to make a lasting impact by relieving car traffic globally.
“FlyNow Air Vehicles offer a comprehensive solution, reducing environmental footprints, addressing traffic challenges and providing a safer alternative to the traditional mobility.”
He added: “Economics, as the study of positive trade-offs, is key to bringing vital solutions and technologies to market. At FlyNow, we go beyond tackling traffic and emissions – we provide a one-stop solution to increase efficiency, reduce noise pollution and save valuable resources, including wealth.”
FlyNow Aviation positions itself as a game-changer in the mass manufacturing segment of the global mobility sector. The introduction of FlyNow Air Vehicles holds the promise of significantly reducing car traffic, noise pollution, carbon emissions and traffic jams worldwide.
Amid escalating environmental concerns, FlyNow Aviation aims to demonstrate its dedication to a holistic CO2-neutral ecosystem.