Delivering The Infrastructure of the Future

There are literally billions of dollars being invested into various aviation companies developing air taxi prototypes. Some of the biggest names in aviation and automobiles are in the race, including Bell, Embraer, Boeing, Airbus, Hyundai and Toyota, as well as well funded start ups such as such as Archer, Joby, Lilium, Volocopter and Electra Aero.

There is no doubt that Advanced Aerial Mobility is coming. With numerous prototypes already flying it is expected that the frontrunners will have aircraft commercially certified to take passengers in the very near future.

Once the aircraft are flying the missing piece in the ecosystem will be where the aircraft will land. This is where Skyportz network of vertiports comes in….

Skyportz - The Key To Unlocking Advanced Air Mobility

Yes we are well ahead of the curve, but when the aircraft are flying commercially in the next short while, we expect that there will be massive investment into the landing infrastructure to commercialise this new form of aviation. At Skyportz we are assembling the pieces of a future air taxi network.

Owning a Skyportz network will be like owning a toll road, except there is no need to build the road. For a modest investment in Skyportz landing sites compared to road and rail infrastructure we will be able to revolutionise how we move people and freight

What We do

Our focus is on securing access to a range of Skyportz locations, starting with existing helipads and airports and then moving on to suburban and urban locations such as business parks, shopping centres, car parking garages, industrial sites and greenfield city fringe developments. We have a stable of sites across Australia ready to activate.

We are also helping property developers to future proof their projects so they can offer access to air taxis and freight services as soon as they start operating.

By the time the aircraft start flying in the next few years Skyportz will be able to offer the backbone of a destination network.

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2 weeks ago

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Well done Incheon on this concept of operations for Advanced Air Mobility.This is the sort of detailed work cities and governments need to do to tap into the opportunities these amazing aircraft are going to offer.#incheon #southkorea #AAM #advancedairmobility #vertiports #airtaxis #thefuture #SmartTransport #techforgoodlnkd.in/gaK5uzng ... See MoreSee Less
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Air taxis are now at the point where we can safely say that some of the frontrunners will soon get certified and that there is broad policy support for their introduction.So all systems go? Not quite.Yes we will see eVTOL aircraft replace helicopters in their existing operations (probably high value, short ride tourism routes first). However, the elephant in the room is the lack of town planning frameworks to implement this higher level "in principle" support for Advanced Air Mobility.Vertiports in places people want to go is the missing piece of the puzzle and one we have been trying to solve at Skyportz® for the last half a decade.It is complex and the local and State governments around the world, along with the land use planning industry has (but for a few exceptions) been very slow off the mark to realise the opportunities and the responsibilities ahead.So it is fantastic to read this comprehensive report from the American Planning Association and the Mineta Transportation Institute that dives deeply into all the issues. It does not solve them all, but Town Planning industry associations around the world (including Planning Institute of Australia in our part of the world) need to get up to speed on this stuff because it will not be long before the first vertiport applications start landing in the intrays of planning departments for assessment. Are you ready?This report should be essential reading for any town planner, local Councillor and State Member of Parliament in Australia and beyond.www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/fd0r96fxh5ao59937zbnz/Planning-issues-USA-2024.pdf?rlkey=3is7hgqzrhksoq95b... ... See MoreSee Less
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We have just opened expressions of interest for smaller investors wanting to own shares in our company via an ASIC regulated crowdfundraise. To find out more register at the link below and we will soon go live for pre-registered investors.Link in profile(Always read the Offer doc and warnings when investing in csf companies)www.birchal.com/company/skyportz ... See MoreSee Less
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The Skyportz® vertiport design for #melbourne developed by Contreras Earl Architecture and Pascall+Watson and rendered by Minmud has been released today on the cover of Airports International vertiport feature.Great job Rafael Contreras, Martin Neilan and Joshua Newman Now all we need is for City of Melbourne and Victorian Government to seize the opportunity for Melbourne to build one of the first vertiports in the world to showcase the emerging Advanced Air Mobility industry. ... See MoreSee Less
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