Japan’s largest public helicopter air charter service AirX has signed a deal with Eve Air Mobility for up to ten firm and 40 optional electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) craft, ahead of the type’s projected entry into service in 2026, taking Eve’s orderbook to nearly 3,000 units. “We appreciate AirX’s trust and confidence in Eve by not only purchasing our eVTOL aircraft, but services and operations solutions and our Vector – the urban air traffic management software,” said Johann Bordais, CEO of Eve. He added that Japan has been “progressive” in its approach and interest in eVTOL operations. Kiwamu

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