The vertiport market is projected to be USD 0.4 billion in 2023 and is estimated to reach USD 10.7 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 62.1% during the forecast period. The growth of the vertiports market is due to an increase in urban congestion and technological advancements in the AAM and vertiports industry.
Skyports Infrastructure Limited (UK), UrbanV S.P.A (Italy), Ferrovial (Spain), Groupe ADP (France), and Urban-Air Port Ltd (UK) are among the key developers in the vertiports market. These players have been focusing on securing government contracts for their organic growth. Their core competencies include high investments in R&D activities. Collaborations, types of vertiports launches, contracts, and partnerships were the key growth strategies the leading market players adopted from 2020 to 2023. Of these, the players most widely adopted unique vertiports concept launches and contracts strategies to remain competitive in the market.
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Skyports Infrastructure Limited
Skyports Infrastructure Limited is an Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) firm that develops and operates landing infrastructure for the electric air taxi revolution as well as uses drones for a range of corporate needs. Skyports Infrastructure Limited is an important part of the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) ecosystem since it designs, builds, owns, and operates vertiports that allow eVTOL operators to take off and land in and around cities across the world. Skyports Infrastructure Limited employs its experience in airport planning, airspace, regulations, and operations to develop and construct vertiports that meet industry best practices and aircraft performance standards.
The company collaborates closely with stakeholders to locate ideal places, construct efficient and sustainable infrastructure, and guarantee that VTOL planes operate smoothly. Skyports infrastructure limited seeks to define the future of urban air mobility through partnerships and sophisticated technology by offering dependable vertiport solutions that interact easily with current urban transit networks.
UrbanV S.p.A is a firm that creates and operates vertiports, which are landing pads for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. The vertiports of UrbanV S.p.A is intended to be tiny, modular, and expandable. They can be mounted on roofs, in parking lots, and in other urban settings. The company's mission is to make eVTOL aircraft available to everyone, and vertiports are an important component of that approach.
UrbanV S.p.A has already formed alliances with eVTOL manufacturers like as Joby Aviation and Vertical Aerospace. In addition, the business is collaborating with towns and airports all around the world to construct vertiport infrastructure. The business plan of UrbanV S.p.A is to build and manage vertiports in urban locations. UrbanV S.p.A is a well-funded startup with an experienced team of specialists. The firm is well positioned to be a market leader in vertiport development and operation.
Ferrovial is a global Spanish infrastructure and mobility company headquartered in Madrid, Spain. With a footprint in over 60 countries, it is one of the world's major infrastructure operators. Ferrovial is paving the road for global networks of linked, sustainable vertiports to design, construct, and run the infrastructure required by eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) aircraft, commonly known as flying cars.
Ferrovial’s dedication to innovation, as well as our vision for future mobility, compelled it to participate in the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) and Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) revolutions. Highly trained teams of the company are developing important initiatives in many regions. In 2022, the corporation purchased Urban Air Mobility, a vertiport developer located in the United Kingdom. Ferrovial has also collaborated with global engineering company AECOM to create the Ferrovial-AECOM Vertiport Design Challenge. This challenge intended to generate fresh ideas and unique vertiport solutions.
Groupe ADP (Aéroports de Paris) controls all of Paris' airports, including Charles de Gaulle, Orly, and Le Bourget. Groupe ADP has expanded its activities in recent years to include the creation and management of vertiports, which are ground-based infrastructures for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. Groupe ADP is developing vertiport concepts and prototypes in collaboration with several eVTOL manufacturers. In addition, the business was involved in the design and building of various vertiports, including one at Paris-Le Bourget Airport.
Groupe ADP intends to operate vertiports once they are operational. The firm has the knowledge and competence to handle complex infrastructure projects, and it is well-positioned to supply the services that eVTOL operators require to thrive. Airbus, Bell, and Uber are among the corporations cooperating with Groupe ADP to construct vertiport infrastructure. Because of its expertise in airport operations and connections with major VTOL aircraft manufacturers and operators, the firm is well positioned to capitalize on this potential.
Urban-Air Port Ltd
Urban-Air Port Ltd is a firm established in the United Kingdom that is working on vertiports, or ground-based infrastructure for electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft. Air One, the company's first vertiport, launched in Coventry, UK, in 2022.
Urban-Air Port Ltd creates, develops, produces, sells, and manages ground, air, and digital infrastructure for new types of sustainable urban air transportation, such as air taxis and self-driving delivery drones. Its objective is to eliminate the single biggest limitation to sustainable air mobility, ground infrastructure, in order to establish a zero-emission-mobility ecosystem that will greatly reduce congestion and air pollution from passenger and freight transportation. A promising part is the integration of vertiports with other means of transportation. This will make it easier for users to connect with their intended locations via vertiports.
Vertiports Market by Type (Vertihubs, Vertibases, Vertipads), Solution (Landing Pads, Terminal Gates, Ground Support Equipment, Charging Stations, Ground Control Stations), Landscape, Location, Topology, Region - Global Forecast to 2030
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