US-South Korea cooperation on future development of flying vehicles

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The Civil Aviation Services of USA (FAA) and its South Korea (KOCA).

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The agreement provides for the exchange of information about the specific programs and cooperation to improve security levels.

“Working with our international partners to safely integrate these new technologies will create more efficient, sustainable and fair transportation options”Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen said.

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Many companies around the world are racing to develop air taxis – commonly known as vertical take-off/landing (eVTOL) flying vehicles – and secure certification from local regulatory authorities.

The US FAA has announced similar partnerships with the Civil Aviation Authorities of Japan, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealandin order to harmonize the procedures for granting certification to flying vehicles.

Such vehicles are intended to be used in the future by services to transport customers to airports or for commuting between nearby cities. Of course, traffic jams will not be a cause for concern for travelers.

Source: News Beast

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