Indigo’s Parent Company Has Partnered With Archer Aviation of the United States to Launch Electric Air Taxis in India by 2026

The two parties are in the final stages of signing a joint venture to deploy 200 eVTOL planes across Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.

According to the corporation, the service is scheduled to shuttle people from Connaught Place in the national capital to Haryana’s Gurugram in less than seven minutes.

According to a survey, the worldwide advanced aerial mobility market is anticipated to grow to a market value of $45 billion by 2030.

InterGlobe Enterprises, the parent company of IndiGo Airlines, is apparently planning to offer electric air taxi services in India by 2026.

According to the article, the deal is estimated to cost IndiGo around $1 billion.

Archer Aviation’s founder and CEO, Adam Goldstein, told PTI that the flight from CP to Gurugram may cost between INR 2,000 and INR 3,000.