Archer Aviation



Southwest and Archer Plan California eVTOL Routes

Archer's Midnight air taxi could serve California's busiest airports
Archer's Midnight eVTOL aircraft is pictured during a flight test

Archer Plans eVTOL Air Taxi Routes in San Francisco

Vertiports may be coming soon to Oyster Point, Napa, San Jose, Oakland, and Livermore
A digital rendering of the Archer "Sea Portal" at Oyster Point in South San Francisco

Signature Signs MOU on Chainwide eVTOL Charging

Signature and Archer look to first install air taxi sites in major urban U.S. areas coast-to-coast
Artist rendering of Archer Aircraft in United Airlines livery at Signature FBO
Regulations and Government

Archer Aviation Receives Part 135 Operating Certificate

Its Archer Air subsidiary may begin on-demand commercial air taxi services
Archer Aviation's airline subsidiary, Archer Air, received a Part 135 air carrier and operator from the FAA in June 2024.

Revolution.Aero Draws Advanced Air Mobility Leaders to London

Electric aircraft developers will face scrutiny from independent analysts and the financial community
Revolution.Aero in Dublin

Archer Joins Korean UAM Challenge with Kakao Mobility

Kakao has ordered up to 50 of Archer's electric air taxis
A digital rendering of a Midnight eVTOL air taxi with a Kakao logo flying over Seoul
Regulations and Government

EASA and FAA To Address eVTOL Certification at Safety Conference

Questions remain as to whether EASA will validate the FAA's performance-based approach
AAM newsmakers at EBACE

FAA Finalizes Airworthiness Criteria for Midnight eVTOL Aircraft

A smooth certification process could see Midnight begin flying passengers in 2025
Archer's Midnight eVTOL aircraft is pictured during a flight test
Training and Workforce

Archer Taps Etihad To Recruit and Train eVTOL Pilots in UAE

Etihad Aviation Training will receive a Midnight eVTOL simulator
A man and woman are pictured wearing flight suits with Archer and Etihad Aviation Training logos

Archer Expects To Cut eVTOL Aircraft Development Costs in Q2

Q1 expenses were bloated by non-recurring payments to suppliers and lawsuit charges
Archer battery pack factory