Vertiports Special 2023

Vertiports Special 2023

Vertiports, a new special publication from Airports International, examines the UAM pioneers taking eVTOL travel and vertiports from dream to reality.

Read the full issue here in page-turning format.

Vertiport fuelling partnership announced

Volatus Infrastructure & Energy Solutions and LYTE Aviation aim to fulfil the infrastructure requirements for all types of eVTOL technologies

Micaelis teams up with Me Green

Brazilian air mobility pioneer Micaelis and Me Green, a Spanish company specialising in renewable energy solutions, have joined forces

ACI Europe welcomes AAM stakeholders

Vertiports will now be incorporated in the scope of ACI Europe Regular Membership, which was previously reserved for airports and aerodromes

Vertiport simulation tech unveiled

Urban-Air Port has released details of its pioneering collaboration with Micro Nav, a specialist in the simulation of ATM and airspace operations

Skyportz releases vertistop design

Skyportz – alongside Contreras Earl Architecture and Arup – has released its design for privately owned vertiports for public usage on compact sites

Eve and Kookiejar sign Dubai LOI

Eve Air Mobility and Kookiejar have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for Eve’s Urban ATM system to support vertiport operations in Dubai

NACO and UAP explore vertiport opportunities

NACO and Urban-Air Port (UAP) will explore integrating UAP ground infrastructure technology into airport masterplan projects around the world

LYTE to explore AAM at Twente Airport

LYTE Aviation, with its 40-seater eVTOL, SkyBus, has entered into a partnership with Twente Airport in the Netherlands

Skyportz hires micro-mobility expert

Skyportz has welcomed micro-mobility leader Mitchell Price to their team as it pursues the concept of vertiports as multi modal transport hubs

UrbanV, Mott MacDonald ink vertiports deal

Mott MacDonald and UrbanV have teamed up to identify and explore viable opportunities for project development worldwide in the AAM sector

Vertiports: the airport perspective

John Grant, chief data officer at OAG, outlines what the arrival of eVTOLS and vertiports will mean for airports and the wider aviation sector