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Leadership Moves, March-April 2022

Leadership Moves, March-April 2022

  • 13 Apr 2022 04:28 PM
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Leadership Moves, March-April 2022

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Boeing Backs Wisk

Boeing Backs Wisk

  • 28 Feb 2022 03:36 PM
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The Boeing Company will back Wisk Aero with an additional $450M in funding and provide technical and regulatory expertise to the California-based eVTOL developer.

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Leadership Moves, September-October 2021

Leadership Moves, September-October 2021

  • 26 Sep 2021 06:57 AM
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Leadership Moves, September-October 2021

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Wisk v. Archer v. Wisk

Wisk v. Archer v. Wisk

  • 11 Sep 2021 08:32 PM
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The litigation between Wisk Aero, LLC, and Archer Aviation, Inc., continues.

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Wisk Partners with New Zealand and Blade

Wisk Partners with New Zealand and Blade

  • 29 Jun 2021 12:32 PM
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Wisk — the joint venture between Kitty Hawk and The Boeing Company — announced on March 29 that it would begin the second half of its “transport trial” later this year — with its two-seat Cora eVTOL demonstrator — to advance autonomous passenger transport under the New Zealand government’s broader Airspace Integration Trial Programme (AITP).

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Wisk Sues Archer

Wisk Sues Archer

  • 02 May 2021 11:44 PM
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On April 6, Wisk Aero filed a lawsuit against Archer Aviation, alleging theft of intellectual property and trade secrets.

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Cora + Boeing = Wisk

Cora + Boeing = Wisk

  • 01 Jan 2020 09:19 AM
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On Dec. 1, the vertical flight community learned that the Cora two-seat, lift-plus-cruise electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) program was moving to a joint venture established by The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation called Wisk Aero.

This is quite the remarkable accomplishment for the Silicon Valley technology company, considering that most in the aerospace community didn’t know that this stealth eVTOL program existed less than two years ago.

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Is 2020 Really Possible? (sidebar)

Is 2020 Really Possible? (sidebar)

  • 22 Aug 2017 11:38 AM
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Uber said that by the time flight demonstration programs begin in 2020, they will have to validate that they have mitigated the three biggest risks: efficient flights (airspace acceptance), noise (community acceptance) and safety (passenger acceptance). Note that Uber is not funding the development of the aircraft, but is helping to facilitate connections between investors and developers.

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