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New study released on consumer willingness to use advanced air mobility eVTOLs

As part of the ongoing research efforts of Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Aviation Division, a new study has just been released in the Collegiate Aviation Review International (CARi) titled “Consumer Willingness to Fly on Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) Aircraft.”

According to report “While several studies have been conducted on passenger willingness to fly in autonomous aircraft, there is currently a lack of such data on the touchstone aircraft type proposed to be harnessed in AAM and UAM. Understanding consumers’ willingness to fly in eVTOL aircraft holds paramount significance for multiple reasons. Primarily, it can enlighten policymakers, professionals within the aviation industry, and other stakeholders about the potential market demand and consumer preferences within this emerging sector.

“Additionally, it can provide crucial insights into how eVTOLs can contribute to sustainable transportation and address pressing environmental concerns.

“Furthermore, by identifying the factors that facilitate or hinder consumer acceptance, this research can help surmount obstacles and steer the successful implementation of eVTOLs.”

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