Global eVTOL leader Bristow orders up to 100 units, partners with Brazil’s Embraer

Bristow points out that the partnership with Embraer has the potential to "reshape the market for all-electric vertical flights with zero carbon emissions and lower operating costs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Houston-based Bristow Group, a global leader in vertical flight solutions, has ordered up to 100 eVTOLs from Embraer (EMBR3). Also known as "flying electric cars" because they have vertical landing and take-off, the aircraft are scheduled to deliver in 2026.

Through its subsidiary Eve Urban Air Mobility, Embraer also announced a partnership with Bristow. The companies are to work on developing an air operator certificate for eVTOLs, vehicle and vertiport design, and regulatory development for the operating environment.

"Together, our teams will develop the robust structures and operations needed to create an affordable, scalable . . .

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