THERE ARE 5000+ AIRPORTS
IN THE United States. PUT THEM TO WORK.
A REVOLUTION IN Sustainable aviation
EFFICIENT BY DESIGN
We aim to do more to cut waste and reduce avoidable CO2 aviation emissions than any air company has before. First, the right-sized aircraft we use today are significantly more efficient than equivalent jet aircraft. By optimizing operations using these efficient aircraft, we can dramatically reduce the typical carbon footprint for passengers.
Fossil fuels represent 40% of a typical airline’s base cost today. As with so many sustainable policies, we believe that doing the right thing is profitable for the customer, the planet and operations.
TEAMING UP TO ADVANCE THE INDUSTRY
Achieving significant reductions in operator CO2 emissions can only be attained by cooperation between new partners. We are working with hybrid-electric manufacturer VoltAero to offer environmentally conscious options. Hybrid and electric aircraft will join the fleet in the near term (1-2 years) with a range of up to 800miles.
KinectAir was conceived by Jonathan, a lifelong aviator. After selling his drone software company, Skyward, to Verizon in February 2017, he assembled this team of aerospace and software experts to fulfill his dream of building a truly on-demand flight network.
Anneke is an FAA Airframe & Powerplant technician with inspection authority. She is also an Owner/Founder of Attain Aviation. Her 17+ years in the aviation industry started as Marine Corps Combat Aircrew: OEF & OIF.
Chief Experience Officer
CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
ANDY TUNG INVESTOR
Andy brings extensive operating experience in the transportation sector, holding a number of senior positions in container shipping and airline companies. He currently serves on the boards of Cathay Pacific Airways, Orient Overseas International Limited, and Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited. He is former CEO of Hong Kong based Orient Overseas Container Lines (OOCL), a business which his family exited in 2018. Andy graduated from Princeton University with a BSE in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and Stanford University with an MBA.