Jaunt Air Mobility Canada and Global Partner Solutions to establish ‘world class’ supply chain with Quebec-based suppliers

Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty Cana­da has signed a Mem­o­ran­dum of Under­stand­ing with Glob­al Part­ner Solu­tions (GPSI), with both com­pa­nies look­ing to cre­ate a ‘world-class’ sup­ply chain ecosys­tem that will con­tribute to Jaun­t’s air­craft, the Jaunt Jour­ney.

In an announce­ment made at the Paris Air Show today (Wednes­day), it says GPSI’s exper­tise in sup­ply chain man­age­ment will great­ly con­tribute to Jaun­t’s goal of design­ing, build­ing, flight-test­ing, cer­ti­fy­ing, and man­u­fac­tur­ing its air­craft.

Robert Hachey, Pres­i­dent of GPSI, said: “I’m delight­ed that Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty has teamed up with Glob­al Part­ner Solu­tions, giv­ing us the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be part of a project that is help­ing to design a new indus­try that will change the way we trav­el, and above all make it more sus­tain­able.”

GPSI’s com­mit­ment to Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty goes beyond its ser­vice offer­ing. Over the next three years, the par­ties expect that, as part of strength­en­ing the part­ner­ship, over C$10 mil­lion will be invest­ed and spent in estab­lish­ing, enhanc­ing, and uti­liz­ing the sup­ply chain ecosys­tem to sup­port Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty’s growth, and in that process up to 35 jobs will be cre­at­ed.

This invest­ment will not only pro­vide vital oper­a­tional sup­port for Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty and will also make a sig­nif­i­cant con­tri­bu­tion to the Que­bec econ­o­my.

Éric Côté, Pres­i­dent of Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty Cana­da, added: “Que­bec is very well posi­tioned to become a leader in the future avi­a­tion indus­try, thanks to the exper­tise and agili­ty of expert com­pa­nies like GPSI.”

Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty and GPSI share the com­mon goal of fos­ter­ing inno­va­tion, sus­tain­abil­i­ty, and oper­a­tional excel­lence in the eVTOL indus­try.

Through this strate­gic part­ner­ship, Jaunt Air Mobil­i­ty intends to lever­age GPSI’s exper­tise to opti­mize its sup­ply chains and pro­gram man­age­ment, to ensure the suc­cess of its projects, and to max­i­mize oppor­tu­ni­ties in the Que­bec and Cana­di­an aero­space ecosys­tem.

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Jason Pritchard

Jason Pritchard is the Editor of eVTOL Insights. He holds a BA from Leicester's De Montfort University and has worked in Journalism and Public Relations for more than a decade. Outside of work, Jason enjoys playing and watching football and golf. He also has a keen interest in Ancient Egypt.

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