Skyports in the News


Skyports and Brent Cross to partner on air taxi vertiport serving London | eVTOL

Skyports, a U.K.-based owner and operator of vertiport infrastructure for the advanced air mobility (AAM) industry, is teaming up with Brent Cross South Limited Partnership, a joint venture between Argent Related and Barnet Council, for the development of a passenger air taxi vertiport at Brent Cross Town in north west London.

Vodafone Business – Building Better Futures: Lifelines in the Sky | CNN

Alastair’s obsession with flight started with model planes when he was a child. Now he’s working with revolutionary advanced air mobility company Skyports to provide drone delivery services, flying unmanned aircraft to transport essential medical supplies to some of the most remote places in the UK. Watch as he explains his love of technology and why it’s so important to stay connected.

Air Taxi Revolution Presents Exciting New Opportunities | Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific

We’ve joined Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific as a World Business Partner to expand our work with airports in the Asia Pacific region. Find out what this means for Skyports, for airports and for the future of advanced air mobility in an interview with our Head of APAC Yun-yuan Tay.

Air Tight Solutions | PAX Tech

Skyports in pioneering the design and construction of take-off and landing infrastructure for air taxis in major cities...

Building Vertical Cities | Aerospace America

Metropolitan areas including Miami and Orlando have emerged as potential early adopters of urban air mobility flights aboard electric aircraft. But this new mode of travel won’t take off unless UAM companies make the right business decisions about where to locate their vertiports and win permission from local authorities to build these landing pads.

Ryan-backed ‘sky taxis’ venture to invest millions in Shannon facility | Irish Independent

'UK air-transport infrastructure group Skyports – which is backed by Declan Ryan’s Irelandia Aviation – is investing millions of euro to establish a base at Shannon’s new Future Mobility Campus Ireland, the Irish Independent has learned.'