In recent years, many ideas have emerged about the future of air mobility, looking beyond classic aviation. The spectrum here ranges from air taxis and drones to electric drives for aircraft. The management and strategy consultancy firm McKinsey has gathered together various articles, analyses and studies exploring “Future Air Mobility” in its “McKinsey Themes” to give readers an overview of the topics as well as offer in-depth analysis. These texts explore areas such as reducing aviation emissions over the long and short haul, funding for future air mobility and the role of regional airports as an underused resource for future air mobility, as well as the infrastructure challenges brought by new types of flying vehicles and the need for pilots for air taxis, which cannot (yet) fly autonomously. A global survey also focuses on the question of how consumers view advanced air mobility and how ready they are to take advantage of advanced air mobility despite concerns.
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