Boeing and Kitty Hawk form strategic partnership

Boeing and Kitty Hawk Corporation announced a strategic partnership to collaborate on future efforts to advance urban air mobility.

Cora, an air taxi designed and built by Kitty Hawk Corporation of Mountain View, California, combines electric power, self-piloting software and vertical take-off.
Cora, an air taxi designed and built by Kitty Hawk Corporation of Mountain View, California, combines electric power, self-piloting software and vertical take-off.
Kitty Hawk

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., - Boeing and Kitty Hawk Corporation announced a strategic partnership to collaborate on future efforts to advance urban air mobility. The strategic partnership will bring together the innovation of Kitty Hawk’s Cora division with Boeing’s scale and aerospace expertise.

The agreement with Kitty Hawk Corp. is part of Boeing's long-term strategy of entering into value-added partnerships that enhance and accelerate growth and deliver key differentiators for customers.

Kitty Hawk Corp., headquartered in Mountain View, California, builds electric transportation solutions to free people from traffic and decrease carbon footprint. The company gets its name from the beaches of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina where the Wright Brothers took flight for the first time in 1903. The company’s portfolio of vehicles includes Cora, a two-person air taxi and Flyer, a vehicle for personalized flight. 

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