Supernal, an electric air vehicle service planned by Hyundai, announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Miami.
Supernal is calling its new service advanced air mobility.
In a statement, Supernal CEO and Hyundai Motor Group said the agreement would establish Miami as a model for the service, which it hopes to expand to other cities.
The agreement with Miami is the first for the company worldwide.
As part of the agreement, Supernal will work with Miami to develop polices to enable the service.
The company will work with Miami to identify and fill gaps in the local transportation system. The air taxi system will also be integrated with existing services including Metrorail, Metrobus and Metromover, among other systems.
The electric air vehicles will run both inter and intra-city, and is said to reduce carbon emissions.
Supernal plans to launch its first commercial flight in 2028.
Miami has been announced as the launch market for multiple flying vehicle companies. Other names that have announced Miami as their launch market include Archer and Lilium.
Left to right: Nathan Trail, director of international, state and local policy, Supernal; Miami Mayor Francis Suarez; Diana Cooper, global head of policy and regulation, Supernal