NASA, Joby Conduct eVTOL Noise Tests

Joby has already conducted its own flyover noise tests comparing the S4 with several fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.
Credit: Joby Aviation
Noise is the focus as Joby Aviation becomes the first company to fly an electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft as part of NASA’s Advanced Air Mobility National Campaign. For the two-week test campaign—which began Aug. 30 at Joby’s Electric Flight Base near Big Sur, California—NASA has...

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