Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium aims to implement eVTOL aircraft in Canada

Canadian Air Mobility and the National Research Council of Canada have founded the Canadian Advanced Air Mobility Consortium to accelerate the implementation of electic and hydrogen powered vertical take-off and landing aircraft in Canada. The goal of the organization is to streamline advanced air mobility research, and to bring Canadian and international regulators, manufacturers, operators and other stakeholders together in an innovation hub to benefit development and commercial operations. Among its objectives are to help small and medium-sized enterprises grow their technology from a low technology readiness level to certification and commercialization. Currently, the consortium has more than 20 partners,…

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