In November of 2017, we began with a simple question: “How can we reduce the noise and visual pollution in our skies, reduce our travel time to places we go and increase time with people and critters we love?”
We were raised with a mindset of "think globally, act locally." This phase has been attributed to Sir Patrick Geddes a Scottish biologist, sociologist, geographer, philanthropist and pioneering town planner.
So we wanted to start right here, where we are, act and follow through with the forward-thinking coastal communities of Ventura and Santa Barbara.
In the near-term, re-purposing Rincon Island as a helipad as part of a solution for current air traffic, noise issues and impacts to people and animals in the area made a lot of sense.
In the long-term, Rincon Island to be developed as a vertiport and node on the network of the new evolving eVTOL aviation transit system also made sense.
Do more with what we already have and keep it simple.
We invite you to join us, it is better together.