With flying taxis on its way, the Federal Aviation Administration is soliciting help from the public as it looks to create what are being called "vertiports."
"Flying taxis are coming, but where will they take off and land? The answer is called a vertiport, and we want your feedback by April 18 on safety standards and design requirements," the FAA said on Twitter.
Flying taxis are coming, but where will they take off and land? The answer is called a vertiport, and we want your feedback by April 18 on safety standards and design requirements at https://t.co/LDSJEYNMOl. pic.twitter.com/iPWVTkCeks
— The FAA ✈️ (@FAANews) March 1, 2022
Vertiports, according to the FAA, would allow an aircraft to vertically take off and land.
In hope of establishing new sites, the FAA is asking for input by April 18 on safety standards and design requirements. The agency said once they are filled out, you can email them to email@example.com.
The FAA added that its also hosting a virtual industry day meeting on March 29 to discuss the engineering brief, which "provides interim guidance to airport owner-operators and their support staff for the design of vertiports for vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) operations."
The agency said the event will provide an overview of the engineering brief draft, discuss some critical aspects of the draft currently under consideration, and provide questions to be asked.