Singapore, EASA Amend Bilateral Certification To Cover ‘Innovations’ 

Germany's Volocopter conducted eVTOL flights in Singapore in 2019.
Credit: Volocopter
SINGAPORE—The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and EASA have revised their bilateral Working Arrangement on Airworthiness Certification (WA-AC) to cover the certification of aviation innovations such as eVTOL aircraft. CAAS said the revision will help aviation companies in Singapore to...

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