Meet Cora: Your first step towards everyday flight

Cora began as a dream. An air taxi so personal and so simple it could take the trips you make everyday, the ones that define our lives, and bring them to the sky.

After eight years of tackling some of the biggest challenges in aviation, that dream is one step closer.

Cora isn’t just about flying. Cora is about the time you could save soaring over traffic. The people you could visit. The moments that move you.

Designing an air taxi for everyday life means bringing the airport to you. That’s why Cora can take off and land like a helicopter, eliminating the need for runways.

Cora has the potential to transform spaces like rooftops and parking lots into places to take off right from your neighborhood.

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Cora was designed with the planet in mind from day one. It’s part of the electric revolution that’s leading us to a sustainable future. And with the power to rise above the road, Cora will help ease the pressure traffic places on all our lives.

You have got enough happening in your life without having to learn how to fly. But what if flying across town was as easy as hopping in a rideshare? What if Cora could fly for you?

Cora will combine self-flying software with expert human supervision, so you can enjoy the ride.

After a global search for a partner, Cora has landed in New Zealand to start a new phase of evolution. With its commitment to innovation and forward thinking regulatory ecosystem, New Zealand is the perfect collaborator.

Zephyr Airworks, Kitty Hawk’s operator in New Zealand, is working with the government, businesses and local communities to make the dream of everyday flight a reality.

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