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Eve holds first Urban Air Mobility Advisory Board in Lisbon, Portugal

Eve Holding reported today in a press release that on June 14th and 15th it brought together representatives from its customers and partners to debate important aspects of the Urban Air Mobility (“UAM”) environment, including operations, services and support, aircraft performance, Urban Air Traffic Management (“UATM”), cabin design and passenger journey.

The press release reports “The event took place in Lisbon, Portugal, where more than 20 participants from over 10 countries gathered to help shape our shared approach to urban air mobility. Eve’s broad spectrum of customers joined the event, including fixed-wing and rotorcraft operators, rideshare platforms and lessors, all with the objective of co-creating the future of UAM.”

“We have been passionately working on our vision for the future of UAM. Eve’s first advisory board is the epitome of our human-centric design mindset valued by our customers and significantly contributed by them. Interactions like this throughout the development of our solutions are essential to creating the right products and services for the market needs,” said Flavia Ciaccia, Vice President of User Experience of Eve.

Eve also reported that companies such as Republic Airways, Halo Aviation, Blade, Falko, Fahari Aviation (a subsidiary of Kenya Airways), Bristow Group, Helisul Aviação, Flapper, Helipass, Widerøe Zero, Falcon Aviation, Avantto and others joined multiple collaborative workshops and presentations where votes and feedback were captured to incorporate insights into the development processes.

Furthermore the company says that it unveiled at the event “Eve’s cabin mock-up, the most advanced yet, allowing the Advisory Board’s participants to share their operational knowledge and advocate on behalf of their end customers” and that the mock-up will also be featured in the next Farnborough International Airshow.

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