Making Urban Air Mobility a Reality

Looking beyond the aviation industry’s short-term challenges, pioneers of so-called urban air mobility are stepping up plans to transform the way people and things move around, especially in crowded areas. In the first in a series of videos, BJT sister website FutureFlight.aero considers the challenges and opportunities facing more than 200 companies now developing electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft and others working on the infrastructure needed to support operations. FutureFlight talks to experts Michael Dyment at Nexa Capital Partners and Michael Hirschberg from the Vertical Flight Society.

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