Doroni Aerospace Achieves Milestone eVTOL Flight Tests and Secures $3.5M+ Investment from Investors

Miami-based Doroni Aerospace, Inc. has successfully concluded its second equity crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine.com, raising over $2.4 million from 1,042 investors. With this latest round, Doroni Aerospace has now raised over $3.5 million from a total of 1,956 investors for the development of its two-seater electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, the Doroni H1.

Doron Merdinger, CEO & Founder of Doroni Aerospace, said, “Our mission to make safe, efficient, and sustainable air travel accessible to the masses with the Doroni H1 eVTOL remains the same. We’ll keep pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.”

The company recently released a video of the full-scale Doroni eVTOL prototype (known as the H1P1) completing an untethered hover test flight at its 13,000 sq. ft. R&D facility in Pompano Beach. The company confirmed that it had conducted a total of 23 test flights with the aircraft. Yaakov Werdiger, Doroni’s Business Development Manager, stated in an interview with FutureFlight that the current prototype closely resembles the final product, with some minor changes being made to the wings, ducts, and frame design to enhance safety and aerodynamics.

Doroni Aerospace is now looking forward to a Series A raise to support its next phase of growth.

To learn more about Doroni Aerospace, visit www.doroni.io

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