Eve Air Mobility has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), a regional aircraft lessor, for up to 30 eVTOLs that will be leased to fleet operators.
NAC will acquire 15 firm plus 15 optional eVTOLs, supporting the development and scaling of innovative transportation operations. The LoI also provides Eve with the opportunity to utilize NAC’s global presence and asset management knowledge.
The third leasing company added to Eve’s customer list, the partnership allows Eve and NAC to diversify portfolios, encourage environmental conservation and technological advancement, and expand eVTOL leasing options.
“This partnership with Nordic Aviation Capital offers the world greater convenience and access to the latest and most advanced air travel solutions,” said Andre Stein, co-CEO of Eve. “By leveraging leading technology and providing exceptional customer experiences, fleet operations will enable the growth and development of the urban air mobility network. With the support of NAC, creating strategic partnerships will continue to allow Eve to improve the network and accessibility of urban air mobility.”
Norman C.T. Liu, NAC President & CEO, added: “We are pleased to have signed this LOI with Eve. This is an important step in our ESG strategy, and we look forward to partnering with Eve to bring these innovative and sustainable solutions to market.”