Europeans Have Positive Attitude Toward UAM, EASA Study Finds

UAM over a European city
Credit: EASA
European citizens generally would welcome urban air mobility (UAM), particularly for medical transport applications, but have concerns over safety, security, noise and the effects on wildlife and the cultural heritage of Europe’s old cities. These are key takeaways from a study conducted by EASA and...
Graham Warwick

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