Sikorsky is declaring its interest in urban air mobility (UAM) but stopping well short of unveiling a vehicle designed specifically for the nascent market. Technologies it has been developing for the past decade are maturing to support urban air taxis, but the issue that must be tackled first, the company believes, is developing the infrastructure to provide a travel experience the public will embrace. Adoption is a key challenge facing UAM and, in addition to showcasing technologies it ...

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