Uber has added a fifth electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) vehicle developer to its Elevate aerial ridesharing program, announcing a partnership to develop Jaunt Air Mobility’s Reduced Rotor Operating Speed Aircraft (ROSA). Jaunt joins existing vehicle partners Bell, Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences, Karem Aircraft and Pipistrel. The startup acquired the rights to Carter Aviation Technologies’ slowed-rotor compound (SR/C) concept. Carter was part of a team led ...

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