Leading the FlyDrive segment of Advanced Air Mobility

PAL-V will exceptionally be on exhibition at EBACE 2022 from Monday 23 May through Wednesday 25 May. This is a unique opportunity to seize to take a look at the PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle), the world's first commercial flying car.

Please schedule a meeting with us via the form below and we will arrange an invitation for you accordingly.

EBACE 2022

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PAL-V is the first company in the world to launch a real vehicle that can both fly and drive

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PAL-V is disrupting mobility by cutting journey times by a factor of two to three, or more

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PAL-V uses existing infrastructure and regulations and offers unbeatable, fast, door-to-door mobility

From Geneva to Milan in 1h30? Yes, it's possible. By combing flying and driving in one vehicle many locations are within one or two hours reach, offering new possibilities for private individuals as for professionals or governmental organisations.

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THE MOST DIRECT WAY FROM a TO b, CROSSING OVER MOBILITY OBStACLES SUCH AS NATURAL BARRIERS, TRAFFIC, DAMAGED OR MISSING INFRASTUCTURE

Our disruptive FlyDrive vehicles provide a dual road-air capability like no other innovation.

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PAL-V’s design triggers a powerful visual impact, a strong eye-catching impression when seeing it in real

PAL-V acts as a “honey pot” attracting people staring at it as an intriguing vehicle that can fly. Something disruptive like they have never seen before. This “wow effect” at first sight facilitates sales and marketing whenever people get the chance to see it in real.

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REACH DIRECTLY FROM a TO b IN UNMATCHABLE TIME BY CROSSING OVER SEAS, LAKES OR RIVERS

Our groundbreaking vehicles provide unmatched flexibility, faster than a flight train or car. Air superiority can be of critical importance to police, custom and border control, ground and air surveillance, coast guards or speed for urgencies or disaster relief.