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Aeros receives certificate

September 6 - Further to our report from August 23, Aeroscraft manufacturer and operator, Aeros Corp., has confirmed that it has received an Airworthiness Certificate 'R&D' from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

 

The FAA airworthiness certificate permits the vehicle to be operated in designated controlled airspace for the purpose of research and development, and allows Aeros to conduct flight activities enabling continued evaluation of vehicle systems like VTOL (Vertical Take-Off & Landing) capability, made possible by the Aeroscraft's proprietary COSH (Control of Static Heaviness) System.
Aeros' CEO Igor Pasternak said: "I'd like to personally thank the Aviation Safety Inspectors Cindy Napolitano and Kurt Krumlauf at the FAA for their professionalism and effective collaboration with Aeros over these many months, as this airworthiness certificate helps us move full speed ahead with testing desired
to further Aeroscraft Development."

The FAA airworthiness certificate permits the vehicle to be operated in designated controlled airspace for the purpose of research and development, and allows Aeros to conduct flight activities enabling continued evaluation of vehicle systems like VTOL (Vertical Take-Off & Landing) capability, made possible by the Aeroscraft's proprietary COSH (Control of Static Heaviness) System.

Aeros' CEO Igor Pasternak said: "I'd like to personally thank the Aviation Safety Inspectors Cindy Napolitano and Kurt Krumlauf at the FAA for their professionalism and effective collaboration with Aeros over these many months, as this airworthiness certificate helps us move full speed ahead with testing desiredto further Aeroscraft Development."

 

www.aeroscraft.com

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