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Volatus to build a vertiport at new central Texas GREENPORT airport development

Volatus Infrastructure, LLC has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with GREENPORT® International Airport and Technology Center to build an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vertiport as part of their planned 5,426-acre phase one development plans.

Central Texas Airport Holdings Inc is developing GREENPORT® International Airport and Technology Center on 5,000 acres in northwest Bastrop County, Texas, 17 miles from Central Austin.

“The vertiport will include Volatus’ modularly designed terminal building and landing pad with their vehicle-agnostic charging station,” said a Volatus press release.  “The teams hope to break ground yet this year which would allow for the vertiport to be open in early 2024.

“Phase I will consist of state-of-the-art, privately owned GREENPORT® International Airport, purpose-built on 2,605 acres to accommodate larger business jets and anchor the 2,809-acre GREENPORT® International Technology Center…. The airport will have a 10,000-foot runway with a planned 2.9 million square feet of hangar space, 9 million square feet of data center space and research-and-development, and small-office building space, much of it with “through the fence” access. The development will also feature a U.S. Customs Port of Entry.”

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