Volocopter Aims For Concurrent EASA/FAA eVTOL Certification

Volocopter plans to certify its VoloCity under EASA’s SC-VTOL regulation and FAA’s Part 21.17(b) special-class rule.
Credit: Volocopter
Germany’s Volocopter plans concurrent certification and validation of its VoloCity electric air taxi in Europe and the U.S., enabling it to enter both markets simultaneously. The startup is planning to launch commercial service in the next two to three years. Volocopter is already working toward...

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