Crewed Flying Race Car Debuts in Australia

Alauda Aeronautics unveiled the Airspeeder MK4, which will compete in the first crewed races planned for 2024.
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AI Aims to Enhance Aviation Safety, Reduce Delays

The FAA is exploring new rules and technology as part of the MOSAIC rulemaking package.
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Xwing Joins FAA Study of Unmanned Systems Traffic Integration

The project is studying how commercial unmanned aerial systems interact with GA traffic and in complex operating environments.
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Archer, United Plan Route Between Newark Airport, New York

Archer says its all-electric Midnight air taxis will cover the distance between the airport and a Manhattan heliport in less than 10 minutes.
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FAA Reveals Airworthiness Criteria for Joby’s JAS4-1

Federal regulators are soliciting input from the public and industry as Joby advances toward eVTOL certification.
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Joby Pushes Back eVTOL Service Launch Due To Regulatory, Internal Delays

The eVTOL manufacturer had initially planned on launching commercial service in 2024.
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Monte Inks Deal For Up to 50 Ampaire Hybrid-Electric Aircraft

Monte Aircraft Leasing Limited made a firm order for 25 Eco Caravans, with an option to purchase an additional 25.
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NASA Awards Xwing Contract to Develop Autonomous Flight Safety Management System

The three-year contract will allow Xwing to share its data with NASA to improve overall autonomous safety infrastructure.
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Lilium Secures Partnership with GlobeAir for 12 eVTOLs

GlobeAir is a European private jet operator with service to 900 airports.
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MagniX Powers First Flight of Eviation’s ‘Alice’ All-Electric Commuter

The commuter aircraft prototype was powered by two magniX magni650 electric propulsion units (EPUs).
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