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FAA and EASA amend criteria for eVTOL certification
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Jun 10, 2024
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Jun 10, 2024

FAA and EASA amend criteria for eVTOL certification

Industry news
Regulation/policy

  • The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have published guidelines that move the industry closer to establishing a certification pathway for advanced air mobility aircraft.

  • The FAA has released an advisory circular on type certification for powered-lift aircraft and a draft safety continuum identifying graduated certification levels for this particular aircraft type.

  • The EASA released a second edition of its Special Condition for small-category VTOL aircraft (SC-VTOL). The revisions reflect current reconciliations occurring between EASA and the FAA.

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