"Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions (Eve), an Embraer company, and Nautilus Aviation, a division of Morris Group and Northern Australia’s largest helicopter operator, today announced a partnership focused on accelerating the development of the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) ecosystem in Australia. The partnership will see the introduction of Eve’s electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL) serving some of Queensland’s most iconic tourism attractions including the Great Barrier Reef." Read the full press release HERE, and another report from the West Australian HERE
The Executive Traveller publication recently featured a review of the Embraer E190 jet, which QantasLink and Alliance Airlines are employing for various routes around Australia. A great example of trade between Brazil and Australia. Read the article HERE.
"Australian counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS) company DroneShield has..... received formal approval from Anatel, the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency responsible for issuing the concession of new radio frequencies. Following approval earlier this month, the company has sold a quantity of its DroneGun Tactical units to the Brazilian government." Read the full article HERE / Source: GPS World
Featuring experts from Austrade and Latam Airlines, this online event will provide an overview of how air travel is rebounding in the region and the outlook for the sector. View the event page HERE
"Qantas will begin flying the Embraer E190 on regional routes under a three-year partnership with Alliance Airlines." Read the full article HERE / Source: Executive Traveller
EmbraerX, Embraer’s disruptive business subsidiary, and Airservices, Australia’s civil air navigation service provider, have developed a new concept of operations (CONOPS) for the air taxi market, also known as urban air mobility (UAM). Going forward, Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions, the new EmbraerX spin-off, will be responsible for this partnership with Airservices and for the development of Urban Air Traffic Management solutions.
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