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Korea has invested heavily in advanced air mobility, with the mayor of Seoul making his first flight in an eVTOL in 2020 during the city’s annual “Open the Skies” event. Korea’s roadmap for urban air mobility, created in 2020, calls for commercialization of UAM by 2025: at the recent SmartGeo Expo in South Korea, participants lined up to try some of the many flight simulators available to show future customers what UAM feels like.
The announcement follows the FAA’s partnerships with Japan and with the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand in the National Aviation Authorities Network to harmonize our certification criteria and integration plans.
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