The flying public may not be so interested in it—yet—but pilotless commercial airplanes could be a boon to the aerospace industry and some financial analysts see a natural evolution in that direction coming. “Meaningful savings can be generated via mission optimization, greater predictability and reduced flight crew and training costs,” a new report from UBS aerospace, airlines and logistics sector analysts. “Younger (18-34) and more educated respondents were ...


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