We should stop dreaming, and start making, otherwise this will never happen, says Eduardo Dominguez Puerta, head of unmanned air mobility (UAM) at Airbus. Technology is available, regulations are taking shape and the supply chain is ready for the OEMs to begin product development, he says. For the launch of commercial service, “2025 seems reasonable,” Dominguez Puerta told the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ SciTech conference in San Diego on Jan. 9. ...

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