Weekly Debrief: AAM’s Landside Implications

Lake Nona, where Ferrovial is expected to build a vertiport for Lilium, projects a futuristic greenfield vertiport, serviced by autonomous vans (already in operation) and complimentary to the community’s architectural aesthetic. Ferrovial says the vertiports will be fairly consistent in design to create efficiency both in construction and operation.
Credit: Tavistock Development
As GAD World opens Nov. 30 in Zurich, one of the highlights will be discussions concerning how advanced air mobility (AAM) will affect airport operations. According to Giovanni Cavallaro, head of business development and investment valuation for airports at Atlantia, S.p.A., and Joe Alesia, senior...

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