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MintAir and Jaunt Air Mobility link to access South Korean advanced air mobility market

MintAir and Jaunt Air Mobility have announced they have signed a Letter of Intent to form a strategic partnership to bring air mobility services to the Korean markets.  The companies say MintAir  “has agreed to order up to 40 of Jaunt’s electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL aircraft and that MintAir will serve as Jaunt’s exclusive Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) partner in the Korean market.”

In a press release it is reported that Jaunt is approaching the design and certification of an eVTOL from a unique market position utilizing Slowed Rotor Compound (SRC) technologies and partnerships with Tier 1 aerospace suppliers. “The Jaunt Journey’s aircraft design offers the safest air taxi configuration that is operationally efficient, quiet, and sustainable,” says Martin Peryea, CEO of Jaunt who “has more than 40 years of commercial aviation experience certifying rotorcraft.”

MintAir the press release continues is “building an AAM service in the Republic of Korea and will work with Jaunt to launch commercial passenger air transportation operations in several Korean markets. MintAir intends to launch AAM services with a particular type of eVTOL design, electric rotorcraft with a single main rotor like the Jaunt Journey. Electric rotorcraft provide superior safety through autorotation, energy-saving efficiency, lower operating costs, and a clear path to certification.

“Jaunt Air Mobility aircraft will be designed and manufactured in Montreal,”

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