FAA, Japan Agree On eVTOL Certification

Joby has now applied for validation of FAA certification of its S4 eVTOL in the UK and Japan.

Credit: Joby Aviation
The FAA and the Japan Civil Aviation Board (JCAB) have agreed to partner on advanced air mobility (AAM) certification and operations. The agreement is a key step in enabling U.S. developers of electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft to access the Japanese market, and vice versa. Joby...
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