Honeywell Aerospace has taken a plunge into the urban air mobility (UAM) pool, but it professes not to be overconfident about the nascent industry’s growth prospects. Among estimates of the potential size of the UAM market, Aviation Week contributing columnist Richard Aboulafia says it eventually may be worth $2 billion a year, once billions more have been spent on air vehicles, infrastructure and connectivity improvements (AW&ST Aug. 19-Sept. 1, p. 66). A UAM market study ...

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