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Jaunt engineers tech partnership for eVTOL structure
Jaunt Air Mobility is signing up more partners to complete the development of its Journey eVTOL aircraft. The latest is LTTS, for engineering support in structural design analysis and certification.
Jaunt Air Mobility CEO Martin Peryea with LTTS CEO Amit Chadha.

Dallas, Texas-headquartered developer Jaunt Air Mobility has engaged L&T Technology Services (LTTS) as an essential engineering partner. Working in concert with Jaunt, Jaunt Canada and the Canadian government, LTTS will offer end-to-end engineering support in structural design analysis and certification for the Jaunt Journey eVTOL aircraft.

CEO and CTO Martin Peryea says: "At Jaunt, our vision is to usher in a range of new age, aircraft-driven urban commuting that is fast, safe and convenient. These new clean, sustainable aircraft will reduce carbon emissions worldwide. Strategically, we are continuing to grow our Tier 1 partnerships and recognise LTTS as a best-fit engineering partner. Together we are confident of pushing the mass-scale commercialisation."

LTTS is a global leading pure-play engineering services company with a track record of developing high-performance engineering solutions for global aerospace and defence companies and has supported critical defense programmes. With offices worldwide, it anticipates opening R&D offices in Montréal to advance Jaunt in the design, development and production of the Jaunt Journey.

"This partnership marks an important step for team LTTS, given the tremendous opportunities opening up in advanced air mobility and drone services, which are emerging as alternatives to the increasingly congested on-ground mobility in cities," says LTTS CEO and managing director Amit Chadha. "We believe this programme will set the benchmark for future AAM projects, and our team is excited to build on this important engagement with Jaunt, with the eventual aim to make urban commuting safer, greener, efficient and reliable."

The Jaunt Journey takes off like a helicopter and transitions to flying like a fixed wing plane using patented Slowed-Rotor Compound (SRC) technology. It can travel approximately 70 miles in the air in 25 minutes or less, with trip costs affordable to the public. The single pilot aircraft will carry four passengers, and can be used for urban air mobility, cargo delivery, military missions and medical transport.

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