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A private jet company buys more than 100 flying cars

Aviterra, a Dubai-based company, has signed a historic agreement with the Dutch company Pal-V to purchase more than 100 Liberty model flying cars to revolutionize the private mobility market in the Middle East and Africa, as reported by Pal-V.

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A private jet company buys more than 100 flying cars

Aviterra, a Dubai-based company, has signed a historic agreement with the Dutch company Pal-V to purchase more than 100 Liberty model flying cars to revolutionize the private mobility market in the Middle East and Africa, as reported by Pal-V. V through a statement.

Aviterra, led by one of the founders of Jetex, a global leader in business aviation services, sees the Pal-V flying model as a good alternative to private jets for last-mile air mobility.

"The Pal-V Liberty is the perfect tool for our customers' regional travel, offering a combination of flying and driving. It is an innovation that will change mobility as we know it," said Aviterra CEO Mouhanad Wadaa. . According to Wadaa, thanks to the Pal-V flying car, customers have the possibility to fly themselves or use the services of Aviterra.

The Pal-V Liberty, known as the world's first real flying car due to the combination of a gyroplane and a car, allows traffic-free travel and improves travel flexibility. With a flight range of 500 kilometers and a maximum speed of 180 km/h, the Liberty can accommodate two people and shortens travel times.

“While running a commercial aviation company, we have always closely followed the emerging advanced air mobility industry,” says Wadaa, highlighting the unique opportunity that Pal-V represents.

"Pal-V's long-standing presence and compliance with existing regulations allows our customers to fly safely using existing air and road infrastructure. Additionally, Pal-V is the only company that combines flying and driving in a single vehicle. None another company in the market offers this combination and can realistically deliver the vehicles in the near future," maintains Wadaa.

Loggia Investment, Aviterra's lead investor, has made a strategic investment in Pal-V and established a partnership for the Middle East and Africa region. Pal-V CEO and Founder Robert Dingemanse welcomes the partnership and says: "Aviterra and Mr. Wadaa have extensive aviation experience, understand our certification process and have an excellent reputation in the aviation industry. commercial aviation".

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