Australian developer of vertiports, Skyportz, has struck another deal to adapt existing commercial properties across that nation to serve as operating and recharging hubs for nearing air taxi services.

Melbourne-based Skyportz recently announced it had joined forces with Australian real estate developer Pelligra to explore opportunities for establishing air taxi vertiport facilities at buildings in the company’s portfolio. The move aims to accelerate the creation of ground structure needed for next-generation aerial services that are set to launch in just a couple years – and which several Australian cities have shown great interest in.

Read: Skyportz unveils Oz’s first network of air taxi and UAM vertiports

The move follows the logic of Skyportz’s earlier link-up with Secure Parking, the owner of hundreds of parking garages in Australian cities that may be adapted to create rooftop vertiports designed for air taxi operation. 

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