Legislation to begin forming a coherent national strategy on advanced air mobility has been introduced in the U.S. House and Senate.
An upcoming industry workshop will tackle ongoing challenges in designing infrastructure and policy for aircraft still under development.
Joby Aviation agreed on a certification basis with the Federal Aviation Administration for its five-seat tiltrotor eVTOL last year.
Deloitte and the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) see a huge opportunity for advanced air mobility in the US if a national strategy is deployed to capitalize on it.
The UK Air Mobility Consortium will engage in simulation to build out a concept of operations for use of eVTOLs and provide data to the country’s civil aviation authority.
Volocopter seeks concurrent type certificate validation from the FAA for access to the U.S. market once the VoloCity is approved by EASA.