Moya Aero and MineToo agree deal for 50 eVTOLs
Moya Aero and mobility solutions provider, MineToo have signed a letter of intent for 50 aircraft.
The deal, which comes at a time of expansion for both companies, will see MineToo take on the aircraft for use in agribusiness operations.
Created for various applications, the Moya eVTOL, certification-permitting, will enter into operation in 2026.
As the CEO of Moya Aero, Alexandre Zaramela, said: “It is very gratifying to find companies driven by the same search for innovation that we have here in our company.”
MineToo, is dedicated to expanding access to air mobility on several fronts, said CEO, Loami Bonifácio Junior. “This agreement with Moya Aero opens up many possibilities before us. Integrating operations with the Drone into our mobility management technology will be possible via the application. Moya eVTOL integrates mobility, technology, and sustainability, aligned with our purposes,” he said.
The deal is the second of the week announced by Moya. It signed an LoI with aerial survey specialist, Fototerra for 10 aircraft. Fototerra plan to use the aircraft for digital aerial photogrammetry, hyperspectral digital aero photogrammetry, LiDAR Surveys and environmental observation. To perform such tasks the Moya eVTOL will have specific equipment for capturing images installed.
“We designed out Moya eVTOL for different missions. We can adapt the vehicle to attend various segments,” said Zaramela.