AeroMobil is a flying car that perfectly makes use of existing infrastructure created for automobiles and airplanes and opens doors to real door-to-door travel. In terms of automobile configuration, it fits a standard parking space, its engine enables it to tank at any gas station, it is fully accustomed to road traffic and as a plane, it could both take off and land at any airport in the world.

AeroMobil’s new structural design provides unprecedented levels of occupant safety, advanced automotive crash structure design, and occupant restraint systems, as well as a ballistic recovery parachute for the entire vehicle.

TypePrivate
HQBratislava, SK
Founded2010
Size (employees)41 (est)
Websiteaeromobil.com
AeroMobil was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Bratislava, SK
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Key People/Management at AeroMobil

Antony Sheriff

Antony Sheriff

Advisor
David Richards

David Richards

Advisor
Meir Arnon

Meir Arnon

Advisor
Juraj Vaculik

Juraj Vaculik

CEO
Ladislav Batik

Ladislav Batik

COO
Jonathan Carrier

Jonathan Carrier

VP Corporate Development
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AeroMobil Office Locations

AeroMobil has an office in Bratislava
Bratislava, (HQ)
5 Prípojná
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AeroMobil Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2010

AeroMobil total Funding

$3.2 m

AeroMobil latest funding size

$3.20 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

AeroMobil investors

AeroMobil's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $3.2 m. In total, AeroMobil has raised $3.2 m
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AeroMobil News and Updates

AeroMobil's latest electric flying car concept hopes to take off in 10 years

Slovakian engineering company AeroMobil saw its dreams of launching a flying car literally crash almost three years ago, but the company is back at it again. They've got a new electric four-seater vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) concept vehicle that also serves as a traditional road vehicle w…

AeroMobil Introduces Second Flying Car Concept

The new design would be a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) personal air transportation vehicle

AeroMobil’s new electric flying car concept is a sporty 4-seater

Flying cars are more down to earth than ever – at least, in that their physical design is moving closer to something resembling a car. The AeroMobil 5th generation all-electric VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) concept is no exception, with styling that makes it look sort of like a near-future SU…

AeroMobil unveils new concept for flying car that can takeoff vertically and drive on roads

Slovokia-based AeroMobil plans to expand its lineup of flying cars to include an electric version that allows for vertical takeoffs but can also drive around cities on roads. The AeroMobil 5.0 VTOL (vertical takeoff and landing) is designed to complement the version that is the current focus of the …

Taking the pulse of startups, VCs, and innovation in ‘Emerging Europe’

EWDN has published a sprawling study into the CEE startup ecosystem’s ups and downs. The post Taking the pulse of startups, VCs, and innovation in ‘Emerging Europe’ appeared first on Tech.eu.

AeroMobil raises fresh investment to bring its flying cars to Asia

AeroMobil has set its sights on the Asian market as its flying cars edge closer toward becoming a reality. The Slovakia-based company said it had raised an undisclosed amount from InfraPartners Management, a fund based in London and Bratislava but with extensive ties to China and Korea. AeroMobil is…
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AeroMobil Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was AeroMobil founded?

    AeroMobil was founded in 2010.

  • Who are AeroMobil key executives?

    AeroMobil's key executives are Antony Sheriff, David Richards and Meir Arnon.

  • How many employees does AeroMobil have?

    AeroMobil has 41 employees.

  • Who are AeroMobil competitors?

    Competitors of AeroMobil include Lilium Aviation, International Air Transport Association and MP Industries.

  • Where is AeroMobil headquarters?

    AeroMobil headquarters is located at 5 Prípojná, Bratislava.

  • Where are AeroMobil offices?

    AeroMobil has an office in Bratislava.

  • How many offices does AeroMobil have?

    AeroMobil has 1 office.