© 2015 Brad Jackson. All rights reserved. gotham_air

Back to the Blog Gotham Air: The Uber of Helicopters may be coming to a city near you

Play

Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed

On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Marc Gurman from 9to5Mac to give us a preview of what to expect in the iPhone 6S that debuts on September 9th, then we’ll talk my engineer Dennis Greene talks fantasy football draft strategies. Claire Maldarelli from Popular Science talks about the problem science is having replicating their own studies and finally Tim Hayes, the CEO of Gotham Air, tells us why his company is the Uber of helicopters and how you can get from Manhattan to the airport in 6 minutes.

Related Links:

iPhone 6S will come in Apple Watch-like Rose Gold rather than Pink, lack sapphire, and have renamed Force Touch
Apple announces expected iPhone 6S event for Sept. 9th: ‘Hey Siri, give us a hint’
iPhone 6S camera: 12 megapixel photos, 4K video recording, flash for selfies
Mark Gurman at 9to5 Mac
Follow Mark Gurman on Twitter

OF 100 PUBLISHED PSYCHOLOGY STUDIES, LESS THAN HALF COULD BE REPRODUCED SUCCESSFULLY
Claire Maldarelli at Popular Science
Follow Claire Maldarelli on Twitter

A new app lets you hail a helicopter that will fly you from NYC to JFK in 6 minutes — all for around $200
Gotham Air
Follow Gotham Air on Twitter

Play

Follow Brad on Twitter

Subscribe to The Transom

The hosts and guests of Coffee and Markets speak only for ourselves, not any clients or employers.

Image via Gotham Air