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November 11, 2022

Airborne 11.11.22: An-225 Rebuild, Autonomous Black Hawk!, Spitfire!

Also: Joby eVTOL, Artemis I Delayed Again, Federal Air Marshals, Emirates Cargo Expansion
The immense An-225 could actually be more salvageable than originally imagined, according to Ukrainian state-owned Antonov. While the majority of the airframe was ruined in the battles and resulting fires at Hostomel Airport, construction on a replacement has begun and more than 30% of the original’s parts could be salvaged for reuse. Sikorsky and DARPA have secured the attention and interest of the U.S. Army by successfully demonstrating means by which a Black Hawk helicopter can safely and reliably perform rescue operations and internal and external cargo resupply missions—autonomously. Classic model kit manufacturer Airfix has been bringing production

Joby’s eVTOL Aircraft Issued Airworthiness Criteria

Public Comments Open on Proposed Certification Standards for First eVTOL Aircraft

Joby’s JAS4-1 has been given FAA airworthiness criteria for future certification, opening up the path to its eventual approval in a first for the eVTOL industry. The sustainable aircraft will probably go on to open up a basic template for similar AAM aircraft in the near future, increasingly likely given the quantity of 4-6 seat, multirotor, electric aircraft on the horizon.

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