AAM Developers Undeterred By FAA Certification Shift

AAM panel
Speaking at the Air Mobility Summit were, l-r, David Oord of Wisk Aero, Jonathon Freye of Supernal, Max Fenkell of Joby, Michael Romanowski of Archer, Allie Cloyes of Beta, Caryn Lund of Lilium and moderator Karina Perez of the Aerospace Industries Association.
Credit: Bill Carey
WASHINGTON—Aspiring advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicle developers, gathered for an event near the U.S. Capitol, described their progress toward entering commercial service on a day that saw the AAM ranks thinned by one company. Representatives of Wisk Aero, Supernal, Archer Aviation, Joby Aviation...
Bill Carey

Bill covers business aviation and advanced air mobility for Aviation Week Network. A former newspaper reporter, he has also covered the airline industry, military aviation, commercial space and unmanned aircraft systems. He is the author of 'Enter The Drones, The FAA and UAVs in America,' published in 2016.

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