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Engineering hub in Montreal extends Wisk's global reach
Thursday, 11 August 2022
The announcement of a new Wisk hub follows its recent expansion into Australia. It has headquarters and facilities around the San Francisco Bay Area, in Atlanta (Georgia), New Zealand and Australia.

Electric self-flying air taxi developer Wisk Aero has unveiled a new engineering hub in Montreal, Canada, which will be dedicated to the ongoing development of its sixth generation aircraft - due to be revealed later this year.

The hub will open with existing Montreal-based personnel and the company intends to grow this presence to approximately thirty employees by the end of the year. Wisk has been experiencing rapid growth, driven by an increase in interest for its mission and technology.

“We are excited about the launch of our new Montreal hub,” says Sebastien Vigneron, svp of engineering and programs. “Canada's forward-looking approach to aviation and interest in AAM, combined with its pool of experienced aerospace talent, make it an ideal location for Wisk as we expand our global footprint. This expansion highlights the increasing global interest in our mission to bring safe, everyday flight to everyone, and we look forward to continuing that mission with support from our new Montreal-based hub.”

The announcement of the hub follows Wisk's recent expansion into Australia. In addition to Montreal and its headquarters and facilities around the San Francisco Bay Area, Wisk now has a presence in Atlanta (Georgia), New Zealand and Australia.

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