South Korea’s KAI To Enter UAM Market

KAI’s CEO revealed this concept for a five-passenger, 400-km-range eVTOL.
Credit: Korea Aerospace Industries concept.
Korea Aerospace Industries plans to enter the urban air mobility (UAM) market as part of a new strategy to make the South Korean manufacturer the No. 1 aerospace company in Asia by 2030. The company has laid out a strategy to boost revenues from a projected 3 trillion won ($2.7 billion) in 2021 to...

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