The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), lead by President Pete Bunce, has added BLR Aerospace and Victory Lane Aviation as Members; Skyryse and Wing as Associate Members; and Alaka’i Technologies Corporation, Crisalion Mobility, and Cuberg as Associate Members EPIC.
BLR Aerospace is headquartered in Everett, Washington, and was founded in 1922. They provide performance enhancing aftermarket products for rotorcraft and fixed wing aircraft.
Victory Lane Aviation is headquartered in Concord, North Carolina, and was founded in 2015. They provide quality and dedicated maintenance, parts and avionics services to a variety of aircraft types at both their main location and in Charlotte. Victory Lane Aviation (VLA) is an authorized service center for Epic, Piper, Textron, Icon, plus a Garmin dealer, and much more. VLA also operates a flight school and offers a managed customer program for more personalized service.
Skyryse is headquartered in El Segundo, California, and was founded in 2016. They are developing a universal flight deck and operating system that will automate flight controls and management to improve aviation safety.
Wing, part of Google’s parent company, Alphabet offers drone delivery. Their fleet of lightweight, highly automated delivery drones can transport small packages directly from businesses to homes in minutes.
Alaka’i Technologies Corporation started developing its eVTOL, named Skai, in 2018. Headquartered in Stow, Massachusetts, they are combining the benefits of a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain with the simplicity of fixed rotor systems to make Skai the simple and safe method for people and cargo to go anywhere.
Crisalion Mobility, a pioneer in Spain, develops manned and multi-mission eVTOL and solutions for ground vehicles based on the Intellydrive technology (teleoperation and creation of convoys).