Volatus Infrastructure, LLC has completed their US business development team by partnering with The Aviation Planning Group (APG). APG will be focused on developing the electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) infrastructure ecosystem in the Pacific Northwest including Alaska, the Rocky Mountains and central US.
“APG brings a tremendous depth of airport and statewide department of transportation experience to the Volatus team,” said Grant Fisk, Volatus Infrastructure Co-Founder. “Their knowledge and expertise will help the eVTOL infrastructure grow at a much-needed accelerated pace. This is a great win for our industry.”
“Through our partnership we are preparing communities for the aircraft needs of tomorrow by reducing emissions and noise and advancing transportation options to underserved communities,” said APG President Leah Whitfield. “Volatus’ offerings have minimal maintenance and are affordable for small communities to implement.”
APG is a full-service aviation consulting firm with clients and staff across the country. The firm is majority woman-owned and certified as a DBE/WBE/SBE firm. APG offers planning, environmental planning, design and construction management to airports from the smallest gravel airstrips to hub airports across the country.
Founded in 2021, Volatus Infrastructure, LLC is connecting communities to the future with best-in-class eVTOL infrastructure technology to ensure society is ready for the future. Volatus offers three main eVTOL infrastructure designs, a vehicle agnostic charging station, plus an app and maintenance programs. By tailoring to specific needs while incorporating the latest technologies their work positively impacts clients and the communities they serve. Join the future with Volatus Infrastructure.