Electric Air Taxi Market Size to Reach at 29.36% CAGR by 2028 says Brandessence Market Research
LONDON, Nov. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Electric Air Taxi Market is valued at USD 386.48 Million in 2021 and expected to reach USD 2342.73 Million by 2028 with a CAGR of 29.36% over the forecast period.
There is an increase in the need for air mobility and that is significantly developing the need for electric mobility. What further develops the growth of the global electric air taxi market is the fact that low emission vehicles are going to grow in the years to come. The electric air tax refers to a commercial aircraft which is used for shorter flights.
These are types of electric vehicles which use electric power to takeoff and land. This is due to the eVTOL system which came into existence because of an advanced combination of the motors, batteries, and controllers along with the growiurbanor the urban air mobility.
The research on this has been going on for a very long time but the idea has properly taken shape only in the last few years which is then growing the global electric air taxi market to help people reach their destination in a hassle free and an environment friendly manner. The aviation and transport industry has been working on this and it has also been creating many job opportunities too as it takes care of the traffic congestion all over the city.
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Key Players for Global Electric Air Taxi Market:
Some major key players for Global Electric Air Taxi Market are:
- Airstream Jets
- General Motor
- and others.
Global Electric Air Taxi Market Segmentation:
- Two-seat aircraft
- Four-seat aircraft
- Motors & Rotors
- Propulsion system
- Combustion engines
- Military use
- Delivery use
- Passenger use
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In the coronavirus pandemic, some of the industries are flourishing while the others are experiencing a major fall due to the virus-related lockdowns. This has also created a major downturn of events in the global aviation industry and there were supply and demand related disruptions which have caused an interruption in the research and development processes. The aviation industry has been struggling due to the halting of business and commercial flights as there were major restrictions regarding the travel, but the flights related to drones and commercial taxis were seeing great development with the opportunities in the delivery sector.