The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Korea Office of Civil Aviation (KOCA) have agreed to partner on future Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) aircraft development and operations. The agencies signed a Declaration of Cooperation under which they will collaborate on AAM projects and share ideas, information, skills, and techniques.
“Collaborating with our international partners on safely integrating these new technologies will create more efficient, sustainable and equitable transportation options,” said Acting FAA Administrator Billy Nolen.
According to a press release, the two agencies will work together to promote the safety oversight of AAM, including airworthiness, licensing, and operations.
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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