Motion-based training devices remain a mainstay of the commercial aviation training enterprise and are being adapted for the evolving eVTOL market. Concurrently, device providers are increasingly integrating head- and eye-tracking systems into their training devices.
The US Air Force’s Agility Prime program is deliberately and cautiously advancing to inform the Service’s decisions on acquisition decisions for eVTOL aircraft. As these platforms are evaluated, important early training lessons-learned are emerging for the pilots who will operate this new generation of aircraft.
The CEOs of Wing, BETA and Joby testified before the US House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure’s Aviation subcommittee on FY24 FAA Reauthorization: Harnessing the Evolution of Flight to Deliver for the American People. Group Editor Marty Kauchak monitored the proceedings.
The NPA puts forward the establishment of a comprehensive regulatory framework to address the new operational and mobility concepts that foster and promote their acceptance and adoption by European citizens.
South Burlington, Vermont-based BETA Technologies continues to pursue both commercial and defense customers. A spokesperson shared recent achievements and near-term milestones with Marty Kauchak, Halldale Group Editor.
The New Jersey 2nd District Republican Representative shared insights with Marty Kauchak, Halldale Media Group Editor, on his HR 220 (Advanced Aviation Act) and other commercial aviation sector topics.