Vertical Aerospace secures 1,000 pre-orders for electric air taxis ahead of IPO

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The firm envisages its electric air taxis beginning commercial operations in 2024 | Credit: Vertical Aerospace
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The firm envisages its electric air taxis beginning commercial operations in 2024 | Credit: Vertical Aerospace

Electric air taxis primed for take-off in 2024 as Bristol-based start-up secures investment and pre-orders from host of major airlines

Bristol-based start-up Vertical Aerospace has announced pre-orders for 1,000 of its electric aircraft taxis alongside investment from a host of global airlines, as it gears up to float on the stock market...

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