Joby Aviation has spent the past decade developing an all-electric, vertical take-off and landing aircraft that is set to operate as a commercial passenger aircraft beginning in 2024. Performing over 1,000 test flights in the last 10 years, the company became the first to agree to a certification basis for an electric vertical takeoff and landing (“eVTOL”) aircraft with the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) in 2020 and it also received the U.S. Air Force’s first ever airworthiness approval for an eVTOL aircraft.
The final production model aims to revolutionize how people move by unlocking the possibility to skip all the ground traffic in its piloted, four-passenger, emissions free aircraft, which can travel up to 150 miles at a top speed of 200 mph. Currently, Joby Aviation has entered a business combination agreement with Reinvent Technology Partner to become publicly traded company, with its common stock expected to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
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While traveling is central to human existence, it’s often painfully inefficient and is only getting worse. By rethinking how air travel is delivered, we can open up new ways of moving around congested cities and under-served rural communities, helping to tackle congestion and climate change at the same time. Aerial ridesharing will drive a generational shift in how we travel this century, just as the railroad and the jet aircraft did in previous centuries,” said Paul Sciarra, Executive Chairman of Joby Aviation.