Hyundai Teams With Seoul Incheon Airport To Test UAM

Urban-Air Ports’ modular flat-pack design allows drone logistics and passenger vertiports to be erected in confined city spaces.
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Hyundai Motor is continuing to build out the infrastructure side of its initiative to begin commercial urban air mobility (UAM) services by 2028. The South Korean automaker is partnering with Seoul’s Incheon International Airport, Hyundai Engineering & Construction and KT Corp. to conduct test...

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