Brazil’s Gol airline to have electric air taxis from UK to replace Uber for rides to airports

The company has ordered 250 eVTOLs from the British Avolon firm to facilitate (and cheapen) access to airports from major urban centers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As for Gol Airlines, no passenger will be upset anymore with Uber's notorious delays in accepting rides to the airport. This is because the company has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Comporte Group, owned by the Constantino family, to receive 250 electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. If all goes well, the plan will be put into practice by mid-2025.

Indeed, the Vertical VA-X4 eVTOL is currently being certified by regulators. But the British model was chosen precisely because it is more advanced in this process. It looks like future . . .

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