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News: Archer Receives Part 145 Certification From The FAA

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  1. Part 145 Certification Given To Archer Aviation
    eVTOL manufacturer Archer Aviation has made major strides as concerns Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification. Archer Aviation is moving closer and continues to say 2025 is when they will be making their first passenger flights with the Archer Midnight aircraft. Archer announced last month that they received Part 145 Certification from the Federal Aviation Administration.
  2. What does this mean? Under FAA regulations, Archer Aviation is now authorized to perform specialized aircraft repair services while maintaining the highest levels of safety and compliance, a key requirement for operating a commercial aviation business. The certification reinforced Archer’s close collaboration with the FAA and reinforced its progress on the path toward commercial flight operations. Archer’s goal is to transform urban travel, replacing 60–90-minute commutes by car with estimated 10-20 minute electric air taxi flights that are safe, sustainable, low noise, and cost-competitive with ground transportation. Archer’s Midnight is a piloted, four-passenger aircraft designed to perform rapid back-to-back flights with minimal charge time between flights.
  3. "This is a major vote of confidence from the FAA on Archer’s promise and potential for operating a full-scale urban air mobility service in cities across the country," said Adam Goldstein, Founder and CEO of Archer. "As we continue to rapidly advance towards commercial operations, we will be working closely with the FAA and regulators around the world to ensure Archer’s aircraft are safe and ready to transform mobility, providing a sustainable, low noise, and cost competitive alternative to decongest our biggest cities."

    For more information:

    Archer Aviation
    190 W Tasman Dr,
    San Jose, CA 95134,
    United States

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