Vertiport development and Pilot training.

Vertiport development

What is needed to handle VTOL aircraft...

IN 2022 a consortium of companies and government organizations, led by ARC Aero Systems, conducted a feasibility study with the aim to ensure the availability of adequate infrastructure to accommodate VTOL and STOL aircraft, including but not limited to those produced by ARC AeroSystems but also other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)

Why is there such a growing demand for Vertiports ?

Tourism and Leisure:

 Offering unique aerial sightseeing experiences, boosting tourism and leisure activities.

Emergency Services and Medical Transport:

 Enabling rapid response and medical transportation in congested or remote locations.

Urban Air Mobility (UAM)

Addressing the need for swift intra-city transportation, bypassing ground traffic.

Regional Passenger Air Travel:

Connecting cities and regions efficiently, reducing travel times and expanding accessibility.

Integration with Existing Networks:

Seamless connectivity with transportation hubs, enhancing overall transit options.

Environmental Benefits:

Potential for electric VTOL aircraft to reduce air and noise pollution in cities.

Traffic Congestion Alleviation:

Offering an alternative means of transportation, reducing congestion in urban areas.

Technological Advancements:

Improving safety, efficiency, and accessibility of VTOL aircraft through innovation.

Business and Executive Travel:

Providing efficient, time-saving travel options for executives, enhancing productivity.

Infrastructure Development:

Driving advancements in airspace management and infrastructure for low-altitude flights.

On-Demand Services:

 Meeting the demand for flexible, personalized travel options.

Greenfield Development:

Building vertiports from scratch in open spaces without requiring existing airport infrastructure, facilitating rapid deployment in areas lacking traditional airports.

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Pilot Training for the Pegasus

ARC is dedicated to assisting individuals become skilled and self-assured gyroplane pilots. Recommending a team of expert instructors, ARC is committed to ensuring that the ecosystem of the learning journey is both informative and enjoyable. We ensure that each individual trained by these instructors will not only be a proficient pilot, but also a safe one, capable of navigating our gyroplanes across the globe. We have an MoU with the International Association of Professional Gryroplane Training to offer specific courses for training and type rating on ARC`s aircraft.

Kevalya Sheth

Kevalya is an innovative aerospace engineer passionate about unmanned aerial systems, and sustainable civil aviation. He holds a Master’s in Aerospace Vehicle Design from Cranfield University and a Bachelor’s in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, where he gained experience in UAV design and aerodynamic analysis. Kevalya has over two years of experience at NewSpace Research and Technologies (Bengaluru, India), contributing to UAV design, testing, and AI integration for swarm drone operations. He played a key role in the first tandem wing UAV in India. With experience in aircraft design, structural analysis, aerodynamics, and flight testing, Kevalya brings valuable skills in cutting-edge aerospace projects involving unmanned systems and sustainable aviation.