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Crisalion Mobility and Bluenest by Globalvia to develop AAM projects in Europe and Latin America

Crisalion Mobility, a company designing and developing advanced electric mobility solutions, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bluenest by Globalvia, the innovation business line of global transport infrastructure manager Globalvia for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and vertiport management. Under the agreement, the two companies say they will collaborate on Advanced Air Mobility projects in Europe and Latin America, as well as on demo tests and the integration of eVTOLs and vertiports.

“This strategic alliance will see the two Spanish AAM companies work closely together to drive progress in integrating eVTOLS and vertiports, guaranteeing safe, efficient operability on land and in the air” according to the press release.

“The initial goal of the agreement is the successful integration of eVTOLs and vertiports and a clear definition of operations, with a view to effectively planning and optimising the processes which allow for interaction and compatibility between eVTOLs and vertiports. This will include enabling smart mobility in and around vertiports, as well as ensuring safety and operational efficiency during take-off and landing in the corresponding airspace.

“Under this agreement, the two companies will also exchange technical information, define and develop locations and routes for the implementation of regular vertiports, strengthen cooperation to maximise aircraft performance and vertiport development, develop and study business models for possible use cases and services, and work together on enabling AAM routes for Crisalion aircraft operated by third parties.”

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