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Airbus and LCI join forces to develop advanced air mobility ecosystems

Aviation giant Airbus and industry leader LCI have joined forces through a collaboration agreement with the aim of developing advanced air mobility (AAM) ecosystems. With a main focus on strategic planning, commercialization, and financing, the partnership aims to innovate in the field of air mobility. Balkiz Sarihan, CEO and Urban Air Mobility Lead at Airbus, expressed his excitement in extending the strong partnership with LCI, praising the latter as being a globally renowned innovative lessor in the commercial fixed wing, helicopter, and advanced air mobility segments. Sarihan praised the synergy between LCI’s operational experience, customer networks, and financial insights, and the technical innovation provided by Airbus in flight technologies, believing that this combination could drive the advancement of air mobility. On the other hand, Jaspal Jandu, CEO of LCI, highlighted the importance of efficiency, sustainability, and scalability in air mobility, while expressing satisfaction in extending the partnership with Airbus to this sector. Jandu highlighted that both LCI and Airbus take a comprehensive and pragmatic approach to advanced air mobility, looking at not just vehicles but also infrastructure, financing, and network adoption. As part of the collaboration, partners will conduct market research and data analysis to identify new applications and missions. Additionally, LCI will appear as a strategic financial partner in the implementation of Airbus Advanced Air Mobility projects, playing a prominent role in missions such as emergency medical services. – https://aeroin.net/airbus-e-lci-unem-forcas-para-desenvolver-ecossistemas-avancados-de-mobilidade-aerea/?amp