Delta Invests Whooping $200M In Joby Electric Air Taxis
Do you want your airport commute to be faster and more sustainable? Delta Airlines has announced its partnership with Joby Aviation, an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft developer. The partnership promises to offer short commuter flights to the airport. Delta CEO Ed Bastian, in a news release, announced that their investment could go as high as $200 million if Joby hits certain milestones. Joby will launch its first fleet of electric air taxis in New York City and Los Angeles. Additionally, the company will operate its first commercial service by 2024. When it is ready for a rollout, customers can add electric air taxis to their itinerary when they book on Delta’s website. Today, many airline companies are investing heavily in carbon-reducing technologies and innovations to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Watch this video to learn more about the home-to-airport service.
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