AAM Training A Challenge For Providers, Pilots

BBGA Flight Safety's David Lord

FlightSafety's David Lord during his presentation to the BBGA Conference in London March 2.

Credit: Angus Batey / BAV
LONDON—Many developers of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) and advanced air mobility (AAM) platforms envision a future in which their aircraft operate autonomously. And while this may well be how things end up, during the shorter term, while regulatory confidence and public acceptance...

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