FAA Accepts More Industry Standards For Part 23 Certification

Joby plans to certify is five-seat, tilt-prop eVTOL air taxi under the FAA’s Part 23 Amendment 64.
Credit: Joby Aircraft
With a growing number of aircraft projects aiming for type certification under its revamped, performance-based Part 23 regulations, the FAA has expanded the list of industry-developed consensus standards that can be used to demonstrate compliance with the rules. Industry welcomed the notice of...
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