Electric aircraft developer Heart Aerospace raised $35m from investors including Mesa Air and United, while several corporates are set to exit remote access software developer Openpath.
Funding Air carriers Mesa Air Group and United Airlines co-led a $35m series A round for Sweden-headquartered electric aircraft developer Heart Aerospace yesterday, the latter through corporate venture capital vehicle United Airlines Ventures. The round was co-led with Breakthrough Energy Ventures and also featured EQT Ventures and Lowercarbon Capital, both of which had participated in…
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