For the many new entrants in the nascent urban air mobility (UAM) market, dealing with the different parts of the FAA responsible for aircraft certification, pilot licensing, operating approval and airspace integration is a challenge. To streamline that interface, NASA has formulated its UAM Grand Challenge (GC) as both a proving ground for vehicles and procedures and an environment where industry and regulators can work together to understand the requirements and work toward consensus ...

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