Jaunt Air Mobility LLC is a transformative aerospace company focused on developing advanced air vehicles that incorporate innovative technologies and management strategies offering the highest levels of operational efficiencies, safety, and community acceptance. We design and build piloted and autonomous flying machines that improve how people and packages seamlessly move within urban environments. Jaunt Air Mobility is the pioneer and world-leader in Reduced Rotor Operating Speed Aircraft (ROSATM) design and development. ROSATM is the metamorphosis of the best features available from helicopters and fixed-wing airplanes.
An extensive list of patents and successful flight tests programs illustrate the safety, efficiency, flying qualities, and effectiveness of Jaunt’s Reduced Rotor Operating Speed Aircraft (ROSATM). ROSATM represents the metamorphosis of the best features available from helicopters and fixed-wing airplanes. Competitive differentiation of ROSATM eVTOL aircraft includes the lowest noise and highest levels of safety and efficiency. ROSATM offers hover and cruise flight noise levels of 50 % and 66 % below that of even the quietest helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, respectively. ROSATM achieves record low-level noise by enabling a 75% reduction in main rotor tip speed and the scimitar-shaped wing-mounted propellers offer a 60% speed reduction from hover to cruise flight, respectively. Jaunt achieves the highest levels of safety through its inherent design that enables a zero ground-roll landing from any airspeed and altitude combination in a complete power failure.
Our management team consists on an eclectic group of professionals highly experienced in diverse fields to include aerospace, finance, transportation, military, government, operations, support, academia, urban planning, and public service. Congruent with our corporate philosophy, our team members are chosen for their abilities to provide leadership in technical, financial, scientific, urban studies, and ancillary areas resulting in a holistic approach to building a successful Urban Air Mobility vehicle.
Kaydon Stanzione, CEO
Aircraft design expert, author and serial entrepreneur with 30 years in advanced technology development including defense, aerospace, critical infrastructure, transportation, telecommunications (incl. telematics, GPS), and military systems. Mr. Stanzione experience includes being an expert advisor for the DOD for VTOL aircraft programs as well as a senior engineer at Boeing. He is a successful entrepreneur with inventions in electronic hardware, software, telecommunications, decision support systems, automated remote wireless control systems, and cognitive decision aiding (neural net) systems. He is a former flight test pilot and engineer with experience in US and NATO defense programs and an Author (co-author) of numerous advanced vehicle design programs and books in worldwide use.
Martin Peryea, Chief Technology Officer
Before joining Jaunt Air Mobility, Martin was the Vice President of Engineering for Triumph Aerospace Structures, responsible for the development of advanced aerospace systems for commercial and military aircraft and positively influenced change in company strategy, technological developments, manufacturing, and cultivated new business. During his distinguished tenure with Bell Helicopter Textron, Martin became highly regarded by the vertical flight industry for his expert knowledge in all aspects of flight sciences, flight testing and aircraft certification. Martin has extensive experience collaborating with international partners and as Vice President of Commercial Engineering at Bell Helicopter in Mirabel, Quebec, Canada he formed networking relations with research institutions and universities and impacted industry trends in rotorcraft development. Throughout his career at Bell, he made significant contributions to numerous development programs which also included serving as Chairman of the Product Safety Board and as Chief Engineer on Bell’s 525 program. Martin also served on the prestigious panel for the National Academy of Science and Engineering on Air and Ground Technology where he contributed expert evaluations and assessment of technology trends and relevancy of research being performed at DoD facilities. Martin maintains key relationships within the global aerospace industry and anticipates industry trends in aircraft development.