Aviterra Secures Deal with PAL-V to Introduce Flying Cars to Gulf Region

Aviterra Secures Deal with PAL-V to Introduce Flying Cars to Gulf Region

By Staff Writer, 29 March 2024

Aviterra, a leading aviation company based in Dubai, has inked a deal with Dutch firm PAL-V to acquire over 100 flying cars, heralding a significant shift in public transportation across the UAE and neighboring regions.

The agreement, recently finalized, will introduce PAL-V's Liberty flying car model to Middle Eastern and African markets, according to a statement released this week.

However, specific details regarding the delivery timeline and public availability of the flying cars were not disclosed.

The PAL-V Liberty, renowned as the world's first functional flying car, seamlessly combines features of a gyroplane and an automobile.

This innovative vehicle holds the promise of reducing commute and travel durations, offering a solution to congested roads while enhancing travel flexibility.

With an impressive flight range of up to 500 kilometers and a maximum airspeed of 180 kilometers per hour, the PAL-V Liberty embodies a transformative approach to regional mobility.

Mouhanad Wadaa, Managing Director of Aviterra, expressed enthusiasm about the acquisition, stating, "The PAL-V is the perfect tool for our customers’ regional travel requirements, offering a combination of flying and driving. It’s truly an innovation that will change mobility as we know it."

Aviterra, backed by a co-founder of Jetex, a global leader in executive aviation, is positioned to drive this transformative shift in transportation across the region.

Source: Cleofe Maceda / Zawya

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