We’re charting the future of air mobility
Our mission is to unlock the skies, freeing us to reimagine how we live and spend time.
We set ambitious goals. We make data-driven decisions, hold ourselves and each other accountable and are committed to relentless execution.
We are bold thinkers, unlocking new solutions, overcoming obstacles and discovering opportunities through our curiosity and creativity.
We approach hard problems with the confidence we have the tools and focused approach to succeed.
We believe in direct, transparent communications with every stakeholder. We learn, evolve and achieve as a team. We recognize hard work and we take the time to celebrate our collective wins.
Safety is key to every thought and action. We take a holistic view of what safety means, working to ensure the health and well-being of each of of our team members, our customers, our suppliers and our partners.
OUR KEY MILESTONES & TIMELINE
- Assembled an industry-leading team of engineers
- Designed, built, tested, and flew our subscale prototype
- Confirmed Maker configuration and flight handling capabilities
- Entered into strategic relationships with United Airlines (operating & commercial), Stellantis (manufacturing & strategic), United States Air Force (flight testing) and REEF (infrastructure)
- Announced first launch cities in partnership with Los Angeles and Miami
- FAA signed Archer's G-1 Certification Basis
- Became publicly-listed company on the NYSE ($ACHR)
- Completed conceptual design review and began preliminary design stage of our production aircraft
- Design, build, and unveil Maker, our first full scale eVTOL aircraft
- Complete Maker’s first test flight (hover)
- Achieve G-2 Means of Compliance with FAA on our production aircraft
- Maker completes full transition and cruise flights
- Select site and begin construction of our manufacturing facility
- Finish construction of our manufacturing facility
- Full powertrain system validation
- Unveil our production aircraft
- Launch mobile booking application for testing
- Complete final compliance ground / flight testing with the FAA
- Achieve Type Certification on production aircraft from FAA
- Receive Part 135 certificate with FAA, which will allow for the commencement of commercial business operations