Conops Shows UAM Could Grow Quickly In Rio de Janiero

The limited energy reserves of battery-powered eVTOL air taxis will require direct routes.
Credit: Eve UAM
By 2035, Rio de Janiero could see a fleet of 245 urban air taxis flying 4.5 million passengers a year on more than 100 routes linking 37 vertiports, Eve UAM forecasts in the first concept of operations for urban air mobility (UAM) to be developed in Brazil. Brazil’s second largest metropolis faces...
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