New Zealand Mulls Regulatory Approval of Kitty Hawk Flying Taxis

The Cora already has experimental airworthiness certificates issued by both the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority, and the United States Federal Aviation Administration. Kitty Hawk said it will continue to work with New Zealand’s CAA to gain the certifications necessary for a commercial air taxi …

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