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Flying Car Company LIFT Aircraft Swings Toward Profitability: Unveils 1H 2023 Financial Milestones

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LIFT Aircraft, an emerging leader in the electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) industry, has released its semi-annual financial report for the first half of 2023. The figures are promising and demonstrate that the company is moving steadily toward profitability, even as it gears up to enter core commercial operations.

A Positive Fiscal Trajectory

According to the Form 1-SA filed with the SEC, LIFT achieved significant financial milestones in the first half of the year. Highlights include:

  • A 32% surge in revenues, reaching $2,019,172.

  • A 61% reduction in GAAP net loss, narrowing it down to ($638,917).

  • An impressive swing in EBITDA, from a negative ($980,784) to a positive $123,264.

  • Total funding surpassing the $19 million mark.

A Strategic Approach to eVTOL

The company has adopted a unique strategy to penetrate the evolving eVTOL market. Unlike competitors, LIFT is introducing a simple, ultralight-class multirotor vehicle aimed at personal use rather than large, complex aircraft that need rigorous certification for commercial air taxi operations.

"As certification timelines continuously get pushed out by other eVTOL companies, many may not make it through to certification, production, and commercial launch," Chasen pointed out. With less than $20 million in funding required to date, LIFT has already produced a fleet of 16 aircraft and aims to be the first eVTOL company to initiate revenue flight operations in Q4.

Investor Alert: Time is Running Out

For those interested in investing in LIFT's soaring ambitions, the clock is ticking. The company has announced that there is less than one week left to invest in this transformative venture. To check out the company, click here.

It's important to note that LIFT is transitioning from generating revenue through funded R&D contracts to launching commercial operations. This transition could lead to increased net losses in future periods, depending on when Beta customer trials end and how quickly the company accelerates its investment in developing LIFT vertiport locations.

As LIFT takes off toward a promising future, it looks poised to become a game-changer in the eVTOL space, inching closer to a future where flying is accessible to everyone. Stay tuned for more updates on this pioneering company.


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