Odense partners with HCA Airport to develop vertiport infrastructure for flying taxis in Denmark

A new partnership between HCA Airport in Odense and Copenhagen Helicopter aims to support electrically-powered flying taxis between Denmark’s two largest cities. The first site will be launched over Funen with the end-goal to establish a landing site on top of Odense station.

The partnership wants to attract foreign AAM operators to HCA Airport, which already hosts an internationally recognised drone test centre, UAS Denmark Test Center. This could be in the form of testing and demonstration activities or, in the longer term, service and maintenance.

Copenhagen Helicopter offers transport such as taxi flights in traditional helicopters, which the company says is a growth area. According to Andersen, Copenhagen Helicopter’s own calculations, which are based on international and national reports, indicate that the AAM area has huge potential and could transport 84,000 passengers a day and remove 120,000 tonnes of CO2 from Danish roads by 2035.

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