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Aether Global Announces Loan Agreement

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Vancouver, B.C. TheNewswire – May 3, 2024 Aether Global Innovations Corp. (CSE:AETH) (OTC:AETHF) (Frankfurt:4XA) (WKN#A2N8RH), a leader in drone management and automation, announces it has entered into a loan agreement (the ‘Loan Agreement’) dated April 30, 2024 with an arm’s length lender for the principal amount of $30,000.00 (the ‘Loan’).

The Loan will bear interest at the rate of 12% per annum and is due in full on June 30, 2024. The Loan includes the option of conversion to common shares of the Company equal to 100% of the principal amount of the loan plus all outstanding interest at the lowest price per share allowable under the policies of the CSE. The Company will issue a loan bonus of 50,000 common shares to the lender.

About Aether Global Innovations Corp.:

Aether Global Innovations Corp. is an innovative UAV and drone management and operations services company focusing on three critical areas for infrastructure and large public and private facilities: drone management and surveillance monitoring, automation and integration for flight planning and innovative sensor payloads, and drone base station infrastructure and technology for autonomous self-landing, power charging, and takeoff. Learn more at www.aethergic.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Philip Lancaster, CEO & President

Aether Global Innovations Corp.

info@aethergic.com

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