Israeli VTOL aircraft manufacturer building civilian air taxis based on the Cormorant/AirMule military UAV design. The CityHawk offers a much, much smaller footprint than most eVTOL air taxi designs, and the company is looking to build a hydrogen fuel cell-powered version for an emissions-free air taxi service.
New York-based medical transport non-profit Hatzolah Air has placed a preorder for four of Urban Aeronautics' CityHawk VTOL aircraft for emergency medical service (EMS) applications within urban environments.
Although "air ambulance" helicopters are life-savers, they typically can't land in the middle of crowded city streets. The CityHawk aircraft conceivably could, though, which is why it's now being developed with emergency medical response in mind.
Israeli VTOL air taxi developer Urban Aeronautics has announced it's partnering with HyPoint to develop a long range, hydrogen fuel cell-powered, emissions-free version of its remarkable CityHawk aircraft, based on the military Cormorant design.