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Thu, Sep 30, 2021

Eve, Bristow Reveal Alliance To Develop Air Operator’s Certificate

The Companies Will Use One Another’s Strengths To Drive Success

Eve Urban Air Mobility Bristow Group announced a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to develop an Air Operator’s Certificate for Eve’s electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. 

The alliance will mature an Urban Air Mobility operating model using Bristow’s expertise in transporting passengers and cargo internationally. Bristow has placed an order for up to 100 eVTOLs with deliveries anticipated to begin in 2026.

The UAM operating environment centers around vehicle design, vertiport design, regulatory development for the operating environment, eVTOL certification and autonomous operation.

“This strategic MOU outlines the continued development of a comprehensive UAM model between Bristow and Eve for an eVTOL that could potentially reshape the market for all electric vertical lift with zero-emissions and lower operating costs. This allows us to expand our expertise to provide sustainable, innovative and efficient vertical lift into new potential end markets,” said Bristow President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Bradshaw.

“As the global leader in vertical lift, Bristow can leverage our operational expertise to help Eve design and build the next generation of aircraft that fully uses the many advantages of eVTOL aircraft in existing and new end markets.”

“Our partnership with Bristow, in combination with our Embraer background, joins trusted, innovative organizations with over 125 years of combined aviation expertise and a multi-country footprint. We are honored that Bristow has chosen our eVTOL platform and together, our teams will develop the required frameworks and robust operations needed to create an accessible, scalable, sustainable and safe UAM industry" said Andre Stein, President & CEO of Eve.


FMI: https://eveairmobility.com, https://www.bristowgroup.com

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