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Vertiport Infrastructure: New Tech, Old Regulations

Updated: Apr 27

The rules applicable to urban air mobility (UAM) ground infrastructure are literally all over the map, and are not forward-thinking. This article will help you understand the existing laws that may apply until new ones based on the specifics of electric vertical take off and landing (eVTOL) emerge.

Topics: urban air mobility, UAM, infrastructure, electric vertical take off and landing, eVTOL, airports, heliports, vertiports, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, state law, National Fire Protection Association, NFPA, Uniform Law Commission, UL

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