By Chris Stonor
Paragon VTOL Aerospace is continuing to develop in the nascent VTOL industry, and is committing to 50 VTOLs for Brownsville, Texas by 2025, reports prnewswire.com.
This commitment allows the City of Brownsville to continue innovative and forward strides and reaching the next level of transportation, while pioneering breakthrough technologies.
The craft has a total of nine passenger seats, zero carbon and zero emission fuel systems, and maintains a range exceeding 550 miles. The availability of such a service from Paragon VTOL Aerospace, will reduce the travelling time within Brownsville and surrounding areas.
Mayor Trey Mendez, an enthusiastic proponent of technological breakthroughs in the community said, “This year we have seen continued growth and progress in VTOL developments in Brownsville. The promise of this new approach to air mobility is something that our city remains dedicated to with Paragon becoming the epicenter for VTOL manufacturing and distribution.”
Dwight Thanos Smith, Paragon’s CEO and Founder, added, “I stand with the City of Brownsville, its people, and our commitment to the technological evolution of transportation and look forward to continuing this incredible partnership.”
Mayor Trey Mendez
Paragon VTOL Aerospace announced building its manufacturing hub in the City of Brownsville’s industrial park at the Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport back in June 2021. The company also develops flight management software systems to assist air traffic controllers.
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