Norway seeks urban landing sites to support advanced air mobility

Norwegian air navigation service provider Avinor has published a Request for Information (RFI) that targets contractors, developers and operators related to ground infrastructure for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM). Submissions are due by 15 February 2022.

Advance Air Mobility (AAM) represents a new area in aviation. Norway is a pioneering country in the adoption/introduction of electric vehicles and many also look to Norway in terms of further phasing in of AAM which includes drones and eVTOL’s. Avinor will be an active participant in this market and facilitate sustainable development within the framework of our mandate related to airspace control and infrastructure on the ground.

Integration of UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) and ATM (Air Traffic Management) forms the foundation for further development. Avinor plays a central role here. Landing sites and Infrastructure on ground are also a prerequisite for stable, safe and profitable operation. Avinor wants to make existing and assess new infrastructure available to meet market needs.

Deadline: 15 February 2022

RFI link here

For more information visit:

www.avinor.no

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