Eve Air Mobility to Make Debut at Singapore Air Show

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Company’s eVTOL mock-up and virtual reality experience make first stop in Asia-Pacific as part of world tour.

Eve Air Mobility (“Eve”) will make its first appearance at the Singapore Air Show next week following a successful 2023 that saw the start of the production of its first full-scale prototype, selection of numerous suppliers and the announcement of its first production facility. The company’s presence will feature its full-scale cabin mock-up and a unique virtual reality flight experience. This is the first appearance of the company’s mock-up in Asia-Pacific and is part of a world tour.

“Eve comes to Singapore with tremendous momentum as we continue the development of our eVTOL, including progressing toward key program milestones,” said Johann Bordais, CEO of Eve Air Mobility. “The Asia-Pacific region is an important market for Eve Air Mobility and we are committed to the region as we continue to build diverse relationships and work with our customers and potential customers to bring a new mode of transportation to help ease traffic congestion.”

Cabin Mock-up World Tour Comes to Singapore

Eve’s eVTOL cabin mock-up will make its first appearance in Singapore as part of a world tour that began in 2022 at the Farnborough Air Show. The mock-up showcases Eve’s human-centered design, a quiet, efficient, and sustainable zero-emission eVTOL, and explores its internal features. The vehicle design uses a conventional wing with eight rotors fixed around it, providing vertical take-off and landing capabilities in a simple lift-plus-cruise design, with an accessible seat configuration for a pilot and four passengers.

Virtual Reality

Visitors to Eve’s display (see location information below) will also be able to experience a virtual flight on its eVTOL aircraft through virtual reality technology. The technology, which requires a special headset, enables them to have a unique sense of reality by interacting with and feeling what flying on the company’s eVTOL will look like.