Vertical Aerospace went public as EVTL. Here’s what to know

Vertical Aerospace is prepared for takeoff.

The British electric-aircraft firm made its public debut on the New York Inventory Change Thursday, buying and selling beneath the ticker image EVTL.

Vertical merged with Broadstone Acquisition Corp., a $2.2 billion particular objective acquisition firm, or SPAC.

In entrance of the New York Inventory Change, from left to proper, Jason Mudrick, Mudrick Capital, Derek Kerr, American Airways, Stephen Fitzpatrick, Vertical Aerospace, Domhnal Slattery, Avolon and Kathy Cassidy, Board Director at Vertical Aerospace. [Image: courtesy of Vertical Aerospace]

The inventory started buying and selling when the market opened at 9:30 a.m. ET Thursday at $10.75 per share. By noon Friday, it was buying and selling at round $12 a share.


“This itemizing is a landmark second for Vertical Aerospace. We’ve got international leaders in aviation as companions and a world-class crew that may make zero emissions flight a actuality for thousands and thousands of individuals around the globe,” Vertical CEO and founder Stephen Fitzpatrick mentioned in a written assertion.

Vertical, whose traders embody traders embody Avolon, American Airways, Honeywell, Microsoft’s M12, and Rolls-Royce, says it has conditional pre-orders for up to 1,350 for its electrical vertical take-off and touchdown aircrafts, higher recognized within the trade as eVOTLs, from corporations, like American Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and Iberojet.

In August, flying taxi firm Joby, headquartered in Santa Cruz, California, began buying and selling on the NYSE, additionally by a SPAC.