Advanced Air Mobility

Elevate Your Flight: Innovative Solutions for
the Skies of Tomorrow

Advanced Air Mobility: The Future of Flight

Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) represents a pivotal opportunity for innovation and growth. Greene Tweed’s dedication to cutting-edge manufacturing technologies empowers us to deliver future-ready solutions that streamline production processes and enhance aircraft performance.
While challenges like regulatory compliance, infrastructure development, and market adoption persist, our commitment to collaboration and customer-centricity positions us to overcome these obstacles. By leveraging our expertise and forging strategic partnerships, Greene Tweed aims to play a central role in shaping the future of AAM, offering unparalleled solutions that drive efficiency, safety, and sustainability in urban air transportation.

Custom Engineered Solutions for Advanced Air Mobility

Today, Greene Tweed’s products can be found on 90% of commercial airplanes, and we service some of the largest customers in the aerospace industry. With over 60 years of experience engineering components for aerospace and defense, our design engineers innovate solutions for applications where equipment failure is not an option. Greene Tweed’s portfolio offers materials ideal for eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) and UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), such as Xycomp® DLF™, a ready-to-use, proven solution for aerospace applications.

Xycomp® DLF™
  • Brackets, fittings &
    attachment hardware
  • Airflow structures & fairings
  • Housings/enclosures
  • Lightweight structures
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Scrapers & Wipers, Rotary & Static Seals, L-Cap & MSE® Seals, and Bearings
  • Landing gear systems
  • Actuation systems
  • Brake systems
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Electrical & Fiber Optic Cables, & Connectors
  • Bulkheads
  • Communications
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What is in store for AAM?

Advancements in electric propulsion, batteries, and autonomous systems have made eVTOL and UAVs more efficient and accessible, while the growing demand for faster transportation solutions has fueled interest in AAM for urban mobility. At present, regulatory challenges, infrastructure limitations, and public acceptance concerns present significant hurdles to widespread adoption. Overcoming these obstacles will require concerted efforts to raise awareness of the potential benefits of AAM to industry stakeholders, regulatory bodies, and the public.