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Incheon Metropolitan City, IAIAC, and MITRE unveil Advanced Air Mobility Concept of Operations

Incheon Metropolitan City, South Korea, in partnership with the Institute for Aerospace Industry-Academia Collaboration (IAIAC) and The MITRE Corporation, has released Incheon’s Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Concept of Operations. The partners say “this innovative blueprint provides a comprehensive strategy for the successful integration of AAM into Incheon’s transportation network.”

“The AAM Concept of Operations outlines an approach to AAM integration, with a strong emphasis on safety, community acceptance, and improved mobility” according to the press release. “Incheon City’s wide-ranging features, including close island access, and major airports and ports, make the city’s AAM strategy valuable as a potential blueprint for other municipalities.

“The AAM Concept of Operations is the result of extensive collaboration between Incheon City, its citizens, consortium partners, the national government, international partners, IAIAC, and MITRE It outlines an evolutionary growth path across three phases, from research, development, and demonstration, through to integration and initial commercial deployment, and finally to maturation and expansion.

“The document outlines Incheon City’s objectives and priorities for AAM, including enabling residents of the Incheon islands to visit mainland Incheon and return home within one day, and providing Incheon residents with a 30-minute travel option around the broader Incheon and Seoul region.”

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