EMBRAER: Eve partners with New York-based BLADE to supply electric UAM vehicles

Eve plans to make available, along with its local partners, up to 60 aircraft for BLADE's use throughout the U.S. starting in 2026. BLADE will pay per flight hours used on Eve's aircraft, supplied by the company and third parties.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions, a subsidiary of Brazil's EMBRAER, has reached an agreement with BLADE, the first publicly traded urban air mobility (UAM) company,  to provide up to 60,000 flight hours per year in its electric vehicles for vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL), also known in the market by the acronym in English EVA (Electrical Vertical Aircraft), for use in major markets in Florida and the West Coast markets beginning in 2026.

Eve plans to make available, along with its local partners, up to 60 aircraft for Blade's use throughout the . . .

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