Volocopter is now accepting reservations for electric air taxi flights


Air taxis are only one of the developing mobility options in cities around the world. Most companies are encountering an uncharted regulatory environment and a variety of sustainable transport concepts.

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In the last few years, the Volocopter 2X took several successful test flights in some major cities. A flight took off near the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany with a crowd of  12,000 people. And there have been flights in Singapore, Helsinki, Dubai, and in Bruchsal, Germany, where Volocopter has it’s headquarters.

“Based on our public test flights and regulatory achievement record, we have paved the way to make the electric flight in cities common in just a few years. With the start of reservations, we now invite our supporters and innovators around the world to join us and be amongst the first to experience this new and exciting form of mobility,” said Volocopter CEO Florian Reuter.


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