In The Press
Flying car could be weeks away from takeoff
The Switchblade, an aircraft that doubles as a car, could be just weeks away from getting its wheels off the ground after a Federal Aviation Administration inspection on July 15 determined it’s safe to fly.
The Sun – U.S.
READY TO FLY – Flying car worth $170K to take flight in just weeks after passing Federal Aviation Administration inspection
The Federal Aviation Administration has determined that Samson Sky’s flying car, the Switchblade, is safe for aviation.
CBS-Affiliate KOIN 6 – Portland, OR
Flying car made in Oregon is weeks away from taking off
The Switchblade has been a work in progress for 14 years.
Flying Sports Car Reaches 1,500 Reservations
Samson Sky’s Switchblade has customers in 45 countries.
PORTLAND BUSINESS JOURNAL
4 big ways you can ride into the future of mobility — and now is the time to jump on
New forms of transportation — such as the Switchblade flying car, made in Oregon — will become mainstream this decade.
Florida Aviation Network
FLORIDA AVIATION NETWORK INTERVIEWS JAMES MAUCH AT SUN ‘N FUN 2021
FAN’s Rod Timmermans interviewed Switchblade Ambassador James Mauch – how does this flying car operate, what is some of the unique technology behind it, and more!
Uber has offloaded its Elevate unit, but flying taxis are still taking off
Interest in flying cars and taxis has only grown as the country’s highways have become increasingly crowded.
Urban Mobility: Flying Cars
The promise of the Switchblade is a quantum leap in personal transportation, effectively transforming the mundane experience of A to B travel into the magical freedom of flight.