Fastest Path To AAM Operation Already Exists

The East 34th Street Heliport counts Blade among its tenants, pictured in the foreground. Blade was able to aggregate charter flights in a manner similar to Uber ridesharing, and has been going like “wildfire” since operations began in 2019.
Credit: Atlantic Aviation
Building an airport—or vertiport—from the ground up is an arduous process, but high-speed entry to advanced air mobility (AAM) will come through existing small and midsized airports. Make no mistake, new construction will be needed to fully deliver on the promise of urban air mobility (UAM), and...

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