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Archer Aviation and Atlantic Aviation Partner to Pave the Way for Electric Aircraft Travel

Rendering of Archer Aviation and Atlantic Aviation Partner to Pave the Way for Electric Aircraft Travel
  • Archer Aviation and Atlantic Aviation are partnering to establish electric aircraft operations in major cities like Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, and San Francisco.
  • They aim to electrify Atlantic Aviation’s assets to support electric aircraft operations, including Archer’s Midnight air taxi, at various locations across four key markets.
  • Using BETA Technologies’ fast recharging systems, the collaboration intends to create premium infrastructure for quiet and sustainable air travel in American cities.

Archer Aviation Inc. and Atlantic Aviation have teamed up to lead the way in using electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft in major cities across the United States. Combining Archer’s advanced eVTOL tech with Atlantic Aviation’s wide-reaching Fixed Base Operations (FBO) network, this partnership is a big step forward for sustainable and effective air travel.


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Archer Aviation, headquartered in Santa Clara, CA, is recognized as a leader in eVTOL aircraft development. Their dedication to sustainability and innovation shines in their newest project, the Midnight air taxi. It’s made to provide safe, quiet, and affordable city travel.

With Atlantic Aviation backing them up, Archer plans to spread their wings to major cities like Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, and San Francisco.

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“We are excited to work with Atlantic to help electrify their vast portfolio of high-value aviation assets in America’s most congested cities,” mentioned Nikhil Goel, Chief Commercial Officer of Archer Aviation. “These initial eVTOL vertiport locations will provide a launching pad for future expansion across Atlantic’s portfolio and ensure that our Midnight aircraft has safe, centrally located landing facilities for our future passengers.”

Atlantic Aviation, a leading fixed-base operator (FBO) network and aviation services provider, features over 100 FBO locations across North America, including Hawaii and the Caribbean. With a full suite of critical services tailored to the business aviation sector, Atlantic Aviation is well-positioned to support Archer’s ambitious plans for electric air travel.


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“We are impressed with Archer’s technology and suite of world-class partners including United Airlines; we are excited to work together to electrify our aviation assets to enable quiet and sustainable urban air travel in cities across the U.S.,” stated John Redcay, Atlantic Aviation Chief Commercial and Sustainability Officer.

The collaboration between Archer and Atlantic marks a big step forward in city travel. They’re teaming up with BETA Technologies to create fast recharging systems that work with different aircraft, building a strong infrastructure for electric airplanes.

With plans to electrify existing aviation assets and establish vertiport locations in key markets, Archer and Atlantic are leading the charge towards a future where electric flying is not just possible but available to everyone.

Archer Aviation Midnight electric air taxi airplane aircraft

Archer’s goal is clear: to change how we move in cities by offering quick, efficient, and sustainable air taxi flights that compete with traditional ground transportation methods. Scheduled to begin service in 2025 and then expand further through Atlantic Aviation’s extensive network, Archer and Atlantic are ready to take the lead in shaping the future of electric air travel.


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RANDI BENTIA

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