Updated: Jan 28
Boeing is putting a further $450 million in Wisk Aero to help advancement of future pilotless flying cabs, the U.S. aviation monster said on Monday.
California-based Wisk, possessed by Boeing and Kitty Hawk - the air vehicle firm sent off by Google prime supporter Larry Page - is one of many electric vertical departure and landing (eVTOL) creators however contrasts in zeroing in its endeavors on independent flight.
The choice to jump an age of directed eVTOL airplane being created by free new businesses and some aviation bunches involves a later passage to support than the deadline of 2024 conceived by most contenders.
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