Airbus and ITA Airways Signed a Memorandum of Understanding


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Airbus and ITA Airways haveactually signed a Memorandum of Understanding to teamup on city air movement in Italy. The 2 business will checkout the development of customized UAM services, by recognizing tactical usage cases for emission-free movement services.

Alfredo Altavilla, Chairman of ITA Airways, stated: “The collaboration inbetween ITA Airways and Airbus began with the advancement towards more modern-day, more comfy and environmentally-friendly industrial airplane, equipped with innovative innovations. With this contract, our collaboration broadens to the sector of city air movement for a broader, customer-centric, ingenious and sustainable deal for our consumers.”

 Guillaume Faury, CEO of Airbus, stated: “This arrangement is statement to the strong relationship inbetween Airbus and ITA Airways. It is an chance to utilize our shared aspiration – pioneering sustainable aerospace –  and advance brand-new air movement services for zero-emission vertical flight in assistance of our cities and neighborhoods lateron this years.”

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