How are HNWIs leveling up their daily commute?
3 Jun 2020
How are HNWIs leveling up their daily commute?

With 68% of people globally projected to live in cities by 2050, transport networks are expected to struggle moving urbanites around safely and quickly. As congestion soars, some HNWIs are taking to the skies in ‘flying taxis’, but could they provide a viable solution to commuting woes?

Verity Richardson

Verity Richardson is the head of marketing at Vertical Aerospace, a British company developing eVTOL aircraft. She has almost a decade of experience in the luxury travel sector and studied aeronautical engineering, which has been invaluable in her current role.

Duncan Walker

Duncan Walker is the chief executive and co-founder of Skyports, a mobility company developing and operating landing infrastructure for the electric air taxi revolution. He has over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate.

Adam Loewy

Adam Loewy is the design and studio director at Tangerine, an international design consultancy in London. He has 15 years of experience designing luxury goods and transportation experiences, delivering successful projects for a diverse range of clients including Kia, LG, Weima, JAL, Air France, Finnair, Rockwell Collins, and KLM.

Ally Elphick

Ally Elphick is a Bristol-based Copywriter and Brand Strategy Consultant, who supports brands seeking to forge a more sustainable future for people and planet, together. When she's not reporting on emerging trends or exploring how her clients can better communicate their purpose, she's tending to her veg plot or making a dash to the coast for weekends spent surfing from the comfort of her campervan.