Kenya Airways Subsidiary Fahari Aviation To Receive Embraer Eve eVTOL Aircraft From 2026
Embraer’s electrical vehicle take-off and landing vehicle (eVTOL) subsidiary, EVE, has signed an agreement with Kenya Airways’ subsidiary, Fahari Aviation. The Letter of Intent is for up to 40 eVTOLs, with deliveries to commence in 2026. The project is intended to develop and scale the urban air mobility (UAM) landscape in Kenya and includes joint studies as well as a business model for cargo drone operationsLarge number of applications for sustainable development
Large number of applications for sustainable development
The eVTOL market is slowly and steadily expanding as we inch closer to the urban – and not only – mobility of the future. Imagine silently and sustainably gliding between tall buildings in one of the largest cities on a continent or rangers protecting wildlife without bothering the animals they are tracking with noise and pollution. This could be the future in Kenya, further advanced by Tuesday’s announcement between Embraer Eve and Kenya Airways.