Business aviation support group Jetex is joining a growing list of prospective partners working with Embraer Eve to prepare the ecosystem for eVTOL operations. Last week at the Dubai Airshow, the companies signed a memorandum of understanding under which the companies would evaluate locations for developing the infrastructure needed for urban air mobility services.
However, Jetex and Eve provided no specific details as to where they might join forces when the latter’s eVTOL—branded as the Eve-Senna last week—starts commercial operations in 2026. Jetex, which started its business in the United Arab Emirates, did indicate that it could get involved in lobbying regulators and stakeholders in some parts of the world. Embraer subsidiary Eve has already announced ecosystem development partnerships in Europe, Asia, South America, and Australasia.
Jetex operates FBOs providing ground-handling services to business aircraft operators in 40 locations across 15 countries on five continents. It also offers trip planning and aircraft refueling services and has a newly established marketing alliance with Jet Club for fractional ownership sales covering the HondaJet.
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