Amid a flurry of emerging new electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) designs, ride-sharing company Uber says its plans to reveal the international city selected for trials of its urban air mobility (UAM) system in June are on track, as is its intention to acquire an initial fleet of test vehicles in 2020. As a sign of continuing progress, Uber also says the FAA is being “amazing” in its progressive stance to supporting the development of dedicated “skylanes” ...

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