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September 09, 2021

FAA Approves G-1 Archer Certification Basis

The Company’s eVTOL Climbs One Step Closer To Type Certification

Archer Aviation has revealed that the FAA G-1 Issue Paper: Certification Basis has been approved and signed, which is one step closer towards FAA Type Certification of its eVTOL aircraft. The announcement took place on September 7th. The G-1 Certification Basis specifies the aircraft's airworthiness and Environmental Standards required for FAA Type Certification. Now, Archer can move ahead with finalizing the G-2 Issue Paper with the FAA which will certify the means of compliance, which they have been working on since earlier this year.

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Eve and Microflite Reveal Partnership

Team Seeks To Lay Foundation For Urban Air Mobility- Australia

Eve Urban Air Mobility, Embraer spinoff, and Microflite, an Australian helicopter operator, have announced a partnership that seeks to lay the foundation for urban air mobility operations in Australia. The expected start date is 2026. The two companies have worked together since 2019 as Microflite contributed to the Concept of Operations developed jointly between Eve and Airservices Australia. This work helped explore concepts to introduce air taxi use in Melbourne, Australia. “This partnership is an exciting development for Microflite. Australia needs a post-COVID lift and what better way to do that than by developing high-tech and low carbon jobs that support transport, tourism

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NTSB Prelim: Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV

He Felt A “Terrible Shimmy” That “Progressively Got Worse And Worse”

On August 21, 2021, about 1340 eastern daylight time, a Gulfstream Aerospace G-IV airplane, N277GM, was substantially damaged when it was involved in an accident at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE), Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The four crew members and 10 passengers were not injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight. The pilot-in-command (PIC) reported that after a routine taxi to the runway he initiated the takeoff on runway 9. As the takeoff roll progressed, he recalled that the normal callouts were made, and nothing was abnormal until the airplane reached about 100 to 110 knots, at whic

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