Tag: Wisk Aero

Wisk Aero and Houston Airports partner to bring autonomous air taxis to the Greater Houston Region

Wisk Aero and Houston Airports, have established a Memorandum of Understanding to bring autonomous air taxis to Greater Houston. The agreement supports the strategic planning efforts needed to bring a new form of air transportation to an important region within Texas. As part of this collabora...

Wisk brings autonomous air taxi to heart of Washington DC

Wisk Aero, a leading Advanced Air Mobility company, is bringing autonomous flight to Washington D.C. for the 2023 U.S. Chamber of Commerce Global Aerospace Summit, on September 12 and 13. Wisk will have one of its 6th Generation, autonomous, electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi...

Wisk Aero, Archer, and Boeing reach agreement to settle litigation and enter into autonomous flight collaboration

Wisk Aero and Archer Aviation, leaders in the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) market, along with The Boeing Company, have announced that they have reached a settlement to resolve the federal and state court litigation between the parties on undisclosed terms. Simultaneously, the parties have entered ...

Wisk Unveils World’s First Self-Flying, Four-Seat, All-Electric, Vertical Takeoff and Landing Air Taxi

Wisk Aero, a leading Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) company and pioneer in autonomous, electric flight, today revealed the world’s first self-flying, all-electric, four-passenger vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi. As Wisk’s go-to-market aircraft, Generation 6 represents the first-e...

Boeing sinks more money into electric air taxi project it’s co-developing with Kitty Hawk

By Andrew J. Hawkins, theverge.com Wisk Aero, the electric air taxi startup, raised $450 million from Boeing in a new funding round that it claims will make it “one of the most well-funded [advanced air mobility] companies in the world.” In its announcement, Wisk highlights the fact that...

Wisk Aero sues Archer Aviation for theft of trade secrets and patent infringement

Wisk Aero, the first Urban Air Mobility (UAM) company to design, build and fly an all-electric, self-flying air taxi in the U.S., has filed a lawsuit against Archer Aviation Inc. The lawsuit alleges that Archer's business is "built on intellectual property that is not its own" and brings claims...

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