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Wed, Apr 05, 2023

NBAA AAM Roundtable Hits 2nd Anniversary

Group Focuses on FAA Reauthorization Bill for Industry Goals

The NBAA's Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Roundtable turned 2 years old last month, marking off its second anniversary among a fast-growing market.

The group says its AAM Roundtable provides "a forum for high-level policy planning with sector leaders to chart a course for the integration of AAM technologies into the nation’s airspace and infrastructure". It holds particular focus on "maintaining the U.S. position as a global leader in aviation and aerospace," too, with all the usual attention paid to the safety, economic, environmental, and national security concerns of a new industry.

This year, the AAM Roundtable will focus on working with the bipartisan congressional AAM Caucus and Congress to advance pro-AAM policies in the FAA reauthorization bill. The current FAA authorization is scheduled to expire on September 30, 2023.

“Electric aviation and AAM represent the next generation of air transportation in this country with the first commercial AAM flight scheduled to occur in 2025,” said Kristie Greco Johnson, NBAA’s senior vice president, government affairs. “To achieve this deadline, the FAA must keep pace with aircraft type certifications and the promised regulatory schedule.”

Johnson said the group has made itself clear on where its attentions lie. “NBAA submitted its priorities to congressional committees and is working with committees of each jurisdiction on priorities for FAA reauthorization that will support the launch of this sector with investments and infrastructure and congressional oversight of the FAA’s upcoming Special Federal Aviation Regulation."

“NBAA is proud of the work we have done together to start putting in place the building blocks for successful integration of AAM into the National Airspace System, and I’m excited for the road ahead, taking advantage of the opportunities that lie before us."

FMI: www.nbaa.org

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