Is Advanced Air Mobility the future of Aviation? 

In July Aviation Australia (AA) embarked on a strategic initiative to develop the training solutions for the next generation of aircraft maintenance engineers, pilots, remote piloted aircraft systems pilots, and crew, joining the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) industry collaboration platform, Greenbird.

Greenbird is bringing together international expertise and local supply chain partners to develop and enable local industry capability in the AAM sector. Aviation Australia joins with 16 other ecosystem partners, including AVISTRA, Aviation Projects, Skyports (UK), Archerfield Airport Corporation, Griffith University, AMSL Aero, Nautilus Aviation, Aviator Group, h2 energy company, Electro.Aero, AvLogix Solutions, FlyFreely, Sigma Aerospace, Swan River Seaplanes and Quickstep.

For AA engagement within this ecosystem and partnership with Greenbird is a fundamentally important step in the development of AAM and is perfectly aligned with Aviation Australia’s strategic priority to lead the provision of the essential skills required to support new and emerging technologies. Training this new generation of capabilities will be crucial to the development of a robust, fit for purpose advanced air mobility ecosystem, and to ensuring that young Australians can take part in an exciting phase of aviation history.