High Lander, AIR partnership aimed at providing eVTOL flights for personal use

Uncrewed traffic management (UTM) company High Lander has partnered with electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) company AIR have partnered to offer eVTOL services aimed at making personal eVTOL flights an everyday occurrence, according to the press release.

AIR’s AIR ONE unmanned flying vehicle takes the eVTOL concept a step further than most – instead of air taxis, the company is producing vehicles for personal use. In other words, users will be able to fly their eVTOLs themselves instead of relying on a ground-based operator.

The partnership with High Lander is designed to ensure that AIR’s eVTOLs can operate with full compliance and without conflicting with other aircraft, of any kind. High Lander’s UTM system is an automated platform that monitors all airborne activity – crewed and uncrewed – over territories of any size. It analyzes flight plans against each other and gives approval, denial, and alternatives as needed.

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