ZeroAvia, the Netherlands-based aviation technology company, announced today that it has established a legal entity in the Netherlands. This entity will enable the company to create opportunities for commercialization and partnership with airports, airframe manufacturers and/or airlines, within the Netherlands and wider European Union.
What is ZeroAvia Netherlands?
In a recent announcement, Amsterdam-based aviation start-up ZeroAvia revealed that it has established a legal entity in The Netherlands. This will enable ZA to create opportunities for commercialization and partnership with airports, airframe manufacturers and/or airlines, within The Netherlands and wider European Union. We are extremely excited about what our move into The Netherlands means for our future, said ZeroAvia CEO Paul Bradbury. There are substantial benefits to operating as an entity locally – better access to services, expertise and partnerships.
Who can use ZA Netherlands?
With its Netherlands entity, ZeroAvia is opening up an entirely new world of possibilities. The company can now establish partnerships with airports and airframe manufacturers in its country of origin, without having to create legal entities in each country it wants to operate within. This increases its overall reach within Europe, while significantly reducing costs—especially when you take into account how expensive real estate is in Amsterdam! ZeroAvia also opens up partnership opportunities with other companies who are already established in the region—such as Air France KLM Group and Lufthansa Technik. Both organizations could be beneficial partners for joint initiatives, projects or even acquisitions.
How does ZA Netherlands make things happen?
ZA Netherlands has been created with three key principles in mind: flexibility, adaptability and proactivity. We are flexible to accommodate various strategic business partnerships, adaptable to any environment or situation, and proactive in everything we do. These are three cornerstones on which ZA’s future growth will be built.
Read more on ZeroAvia aviation technology company at https://techcrunch.com/2020/12/16/zeroavias-hydrogen-powered-vision-for-aviation-nets-21-4-million-from-amazon-shell-and-bill-gates-backed-fund/