Stakeholders Urged To Ensure UAM Systems Disabled-Accessible

Adapting aircraft for accessibility can be difficult and expensive.
Credit: Aerobility
LONDON—The burgeoning urban air mobility (UAM) sector is poised to open up private air travel to unprecedented markets. But benefits will only be maximized if decisions are made now to ensure UAM systems are accessible to the disabled, experts say. That is the argument put forward in a white paper...
Angus Batey

Angus Batey has been contributing to various titles within the Aviation Week Network since 2009, reporting on topics ranging from defense and space to business aviation, advanced air mobility and cybersecurity.

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