Aviage Systems and Aerofugia Technology team up for eVTOL project.

February 22, 2024
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  • Aviage Systems partners with Aerofugia Technology to collaborate on eVTOL development.
  • The collaboration focuses on aviation kit design, system integration, and airworthiness certification for eVTOL aircraft.

Aviage Systems, a joint venture between General Electric Co. and state-owned Aviation Industry Corp. of China Ltd., has announced a collaboration with Aerofugia Technology Co. Ltd. to work on electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft development. The partnership will involve aviation kit design, system integration, and obtaining airworthiness certification for eVTOL vehicles. Aerofugia Technology, a flying car developer supported by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. Ltd., is specifically seeking airworthiness clearance for its AE200, a five-seat manned eVTOL vehicle.

This collaboration signifies a significant step forward in the advancement of eVTOL technology in China. The expertise and resources of both Aviage Systems and Aerofugia Technology will contribute to the development and certification process, bringing the vision of electric flying vehicles closer to reality.

As the demand for sustainable and efficient transportation solutions grows, partnerships like this one highlight the innovation and collaboration necessary to meet the challenges of the future. With a focus on safety, performance, and regulatory compliance, the eVTOL development collaboration between Aviage Systems and Aerofugia Technology is poised to make a substantial impact on the future of urban air mobility.

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