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Odys Aviation, Inc.

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Odys Aviation is revolutionizing air travel with its hybrid-electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft designed for efficient and sustainable regional travel. The company aims to halve travel times on the busiest routes, offering a blend of luxury and affordability. Odys Aviation’s advanced aircraft technology is tailored to reduce carbon emissions significantly, promoting a greener future in aviation.

Founded: 2019

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Founded to redefine regional air mobility, Odys Aviation specializes in developing hybrid-electric VTOL aircraft that merge the benefits of private aviation with the affordability of commercial air travel. Their innovative aircraft design focuses on sustainability, aiming to reduce CO2 emissions by 76% compared to traditional planes. This significant reduction is achieved through a blend of electric propulsion for shorter trips and sustainable aviation fuels for extended ranges. Odys Aviation’s aircraft can comfortably cover 750 miles, servicing over half of the busiest domestic routes in the United States. This capability is not just about connecting major airports to city centers; it’s about transforming how regional travel is conducted, offering faster, more efficient service without the common delays associated with larger airports. The company’s aircraft achieves speeds comparable to light jets or the fastest turboprops, but with a far lower environmental impact. The company is staffed by a seasoned team of engineers with extensive backgrounds in aerospace, electrification, and deep technology. These experts have spent decades in their respective fields, developing and refining the technologies that make Odys Aviation’s ambitious goals achievable. Their collective experience encompasses building mass transportation systems, specializing in aeronautics, and advancing sustainable energy solutions. Odys Aviation plans to initiate full-scale prototype testing by late 2024, with aims for type certification by 2026 and the commencement of commercial operations by 2027. Their VTOL aircraft also features a unique blown-wing design that facilitates vertical takeoff and landing without the need for tilting mechanisms, offering enhanced control and integration into existing fleets. With a focus on sustainability, efficiency, and cutting-edge technology, Odys Aviation is poised to play a pivotal role in the future of regional air travel, making it faster, easier, and more environmentally friendly.

Management Team

James Dorris, Ph.D. Co-Founder and CEO
Axel Radermacher Co-Founder and Head of Product
Uwe Kiesewetter Chief Engineer

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