The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) has added six new member including AVEX Aviation, Elixir Aircraft and Game Composites as Members and AutoFlight USA, Eve Air Mobility and Wing as Associate Members.
AutoFlight’s US business unit is based in California with global headquarters in Shanghai, China and locations in Germany, developing and manufacturing autonomous eVTOL aircraft to provide safe and reliable aerial logistics systems and urban air mobility solutions.
Eve Air Mobility is dedicated to accelerating the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) ecosystem across the globe, backed by Embraer’s 50-plus year history of aerospace expertise, and taking a holistic approach to progressing the UAM ecosystem with an advanced eVTOL project.
Founded in 1985, AVEX Aviation specialises in the service and sales of Daher’s TBM aircraft, utilising state of the art equipment and trained technicians to support the aircraft they service.
French aircraft manufacturer Elixir Aviation designs, produces and maintains a two-seater Part 23 aircraft for training and travelling. The aircraft has a three gallons per hour average fuel consumption, OneShot carbon structures, spin-resistant behaviour to fight against loss of control, and a crash-resistant fuel tank.
Founded 2013, Game Composites has developed, certified and produced the GB1 GameBird all-composite aeroplane Part 23-certified in the acrobatic category by FAA and EASA.
The GameBird has been in production since 2019 under an FAA Production Certificate and 50 have been completed and delivered to customers to date.
Founded in 2012, Wing is part of Google’s parent company, Alphabet as an independent business in July 2018, since which time it launched an on-demand service on three continents, delivering everything from medicine and library books, to hot coffees and fresh cookies to customers in Australia, Finland, and the United States.
In March 2021, GAMA welcomed five new members, including Beta Technologies and Toyota Motor North America as associate members
In January 2021, GAMA also welcomed five new members, which include aircraft developer Kitty Hawk and Jump Aero, a California-based startup building an eVTOL aircraft for emergency first responders.