“…As U.K.-based Urban-Air Port’s (UAP) Air-One vertiport demonstration site makes its debut this week, the infrastructure company has already added new locations to its order book, as well as garnered interest from new investors.
This includes Dymond Group, a Canada-based aerospace, logistics, cybersecurity, and risk management services company, which is eyeing the Air-One vertiport for two locations in Canada.
“We are extremely excited to work with UAP to expand this capability into North America,” said Carl Dymond, founder and CEO of the Dymond Group of Companies, in a press release. “Implementing this infrastructure will provide a foundation stone toward the evolution of intercity and regional transportation in Canada.”
Dymond will join UAP’s board of directors, alongside Ricky Sandhu, founder and executive chair of UAP, and Adam Slepian, global head of partnerships at Supernal, Hyundai Motor Group’s advanced air mobility division…”