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Flying taxi company begins world's first passenger flight bookings


Image credit: Volocopter

Volocopter, one of the world’s leaders in Urban Air Mobility (UAM), announced that the world’s first public sale for electrical air taxi flight reservations has started.


Effective immediately, passengers can reserve their tickets online and be amongst the very first to take a trip in a flying taxi. The VoloFirst costs €300 and can be reserved with a 10% deposit. There are only 1000 presale reservations available for a limited time.

The announcement follows Volocopter’s successful demonstration flights in Stuttgart, at Helsinki’s international airport, and over Singapore’s Marina Bay.


“Based on our public test flights and regulatory achievement record, we have paved the way to make electric flight in cities common in just a few years. With the start of reservations, we now invite our supporters and innovators around the world to join us and be amongst the first to experience this new and exciting form of mobility,” said Volocopter CEO Florian Reuter.

“While the final certification for air taxis is still pending, we do have a detailed realistic timeline to launch commercial VoloCity flights in the next 2-3 years. Moreover, those who reserve now can receive the latest updates about our progress and the commercial launch plan,” said Volocopter’s Chief Commercial Officer Christian Bauer.


Founded in 2011 by Stephan Wolf and Alexander Zosel, Volocopter has 150 employees in offices in Bruschsal, Munich, and Singapore.


Volocopter’s investors include Daimler and Geely - two big stakeholders in ground taxi operations around the world.

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