AeroMobil Reaches a Key Milestone in the Airworthiness Testing of its Latest Model Flying Car
The AeroMobil Company, developer of the new ultra-high-end vehicle equally at home on the road or in the sky, today announced details of the recently completed phase of its AeroMobil flying car flight testing. When commercially introduced in 2023, The AeroMobil will have undergone over a decade of design and development, including flight testing of three functional prototypes and over 300,000 hours of engineering on the latest version.
The flight test program, which began in September 2020, is part of the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) stringent CS23 requirements governing all critical aspects of flight. The company started the overall EASA certification process for The AeroMobil during 2019. Through the flight test program, the AeroMobil has successfully met several key EASA CS23 requirements governing airworthiness, including the flight performance in terms of top and stall speeds as well as the impressive ability to take off within 1300 feet and achieve a rate of climb of over 1200 feet per minute.