Skyports Infrastructure Manager Damian Kysely appeared on Singapore Money FM 89.3 to give his perspective on the costs and infrastructure required to make urban air travel a reality in Singapore. Check out the interview at this link.
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Volocopter and its ground infrastructure partner Skyports will open what they say is the world’s first vertiport for eVTOL aircraft in Singapore on October 21.
Skyports is a London-based start-up on a mission to open the 3rd dimension – the sky – for regular transportation in cities. The company is seeking to establish a landing infrastructure network for passenger and cargo-carrying drones, and also has a goal to manage end-to-end cargo drone deliveries.
Skyports and Volocopter unveiled the Volo-Port concept at Greentech Festival 2019, to be used in Singapore later this year