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UAM ecosystem in sight of Jetex and Eve partnership
The creation of UAM solutions will help democratise mobility by making it more accessible and affordable says Jetex. To this end the company is working with Eve on the integration of infrastructures and eVTOL aircraft.
EVE UAM president and CEO Andre Stein with Jetex founder and CEO Adel Mardini.

Jetex and EmbraerX graduate and eVTOL designer Eve Urban Air Mobility have signed a memorandum of understanding for a partnership aimed at developing the urban air mobility (UAM) ecosystem.

The two companies will explore the possibilities of developing UAM infrastructure in various locations, and will map potential operations in different environments and their efficient integration. Jetex will help design a seamless, comfortable and convenient passenger journey, and will work closely with different authorities to ensure that the new concept complies with local regulations and requirements.

“Jetex is a recognised leader in innovation, and we always seek new ways to integrate new concepts ahead of the market," says Jetex founder and CEO Adel Mardini. "The new partnership will allow us to support Eve's aircraft and product development process, which will help guide the integration of UAM with our overall operations.”

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