Eve Air Mobility confirms multiple agreements for up to 150 eVTOL aircraft

Eve Air Mobility agreements
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Eve Air Mobility has signed letters of intent (LOIs) with multiple companies resulting in agreements for up to 150 eVTOL aircraft. 

The first agreement announced by Eve on Tuesday, June 20, 2023, was with regional aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) which will acquire 15 eVTOLs, plus 15 optional that will be leased to fleet operators. 

Norman C.T. Liu, president and CEO of NAC, said: “We are pleased to have signed this LOI with Eve. This is an important step in our ESG strategy, and we look forward to partnering with Eve to bring these innovative and sustainable solutions to market.” 

Following the NAC announcement, Eve confirmed the extension of its partnership with Widerøe Zero, a company looking to reshape the aviation industry. 

The agreement involves up to 50 eVTOLs, a service and operation solutions package, as well as the implementation of Eve’s Urban Air Traffic Management (Urban ATM) software solution. 

“This new partnership builds upon a previous MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) signed between Eve and Widerøe Zero in 2021 at the UN Climate Conference (COP26), which aimed to develop eVTOL operations in Scandinavia,” said Andre Stein, Co-CEO of Eve. “This additional LOI reinforces our commitment to introducing sustainable, safe and affordable urban air travel to the region.” 

Finally, Eve and Voar Aviation, a general aviation service company, signed a LOI to evaluate the sale and purchase of 70 eVTOL aircraft to be operated in several locations in Brazil. 

Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will also study a potential partnership in which Voar will benefit from Eve’s agnostic Urban Air Mobility (UAM) service and operation solutions. 

This potential eVTOL sale is included in Eve’s current order backlog of up to 2,770 eVTOLs. 

Voar aims to operate in the main metropolitan areas and popular tourist destinations, such as Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Goiania, Vitoria, Florianopolis, Camboriu, Fortaleza, Natal, Recife, and Salvador. 

The Co-CEO of Eve described the agreement with Voar as a “significant milestone”. 

Meanwhile, Alessandra Abrão, CEO of Voar, added: “This partnership reinforces that Voar is ready to open the doors to future air mobility and contribute the necessary infrastructure to the operation of this new way of transportation.” 

Eve is backed by Embraer’s more than 50-year history of aerospace expertise. 

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