Urban Air Mobility is Coming, JOBY Goes Public for a New Aviation Perspective

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ROME - In a market darkened by the oligopoly of giant players, a small aerospace manufacturer makes its debut on the NYSE in a race against time. Its ticker symbol is JOBY, which is also the actual name of the company, headquartered in Santa Cruz, California (Alamalhodaei, 2021). After being selected to collaborate with NASA on several ground-breaking electric flight projects, Joby now aims to enter Urban Air Mobility. The product currently being tested by the startup is the eVTOL S4, an all-electric aircraft that can take off and land vertically. Last year the company also agreed to a "G-1" certification basis for its aircraft with the FAA and was granted the first-ever eVTOL airworthiness approval as part of the U.S. Air Force's Ag
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Alessio Olivetti

UK-based journalist, analyst, private pilot.

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