Embraer’s Eve Says It Signed Letter of Intention With AirX to Sell up to 50 EVTOL


Eve, a company that makes electric aircraft, has agreed to sell up to 50 electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft to AirX, a helicopter charter service in Japan. The deal includes an order for 10 eVTOLs and a potential agreement for 40 more.

Eve is owned by Embraer, a Brazilian aircraft manufacturer. They didn’t disclose the financial details of the deal.

Embraer has a backlog of orders for over 2,800 eVTOLs. They plan to start using these aircraft in 2026.

The agreement with AirX is a significant step for Eve and Embraer. It shows the growing interest in electric aircraft, especially for urban air mobility.

This deal could pave the way for more partnerships and sales for Eve in the future. It’s an exciting time for the company as they work towards making electric aviation a reality.

As more companies and governments look for sustainable transportation options, electric aircraft like Eve’s eVTOLs could play a crucial role in the future of air travel.


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