What’s the Future of On-Demand Air Mobility Look Like? It’s on Display at NBAA-BACE
Sept. 8, 2021
What new utilization methods are on the horizon for business aviation, and how will those shape the sector’s landscape when it comes to on-demand air mobility?
The answers to those and other questions will be in view, with the new and increased footprint for advanced air mobility (AAM) at NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), taking place Oct. 12-14 in Las Vegas, NV.
These companies are expected to exhibit at the show:
- Bell Textron, Inc
- Honeywell International
- Jaunt Air Mobility LLC
- Kitty Hawk
- Northern Plains UAS Test Site
- Overair, Inc.
- Samad Aerospace
- XTI Aircraft
In addition, Dr. Martine Rothblatt, a driving force behind AAM development – including Beta Technologies, which recently secured major contracts with the U.S. Air Force – will be a Day One Keynote speaker at NBAA-BACE. Rothblatt also will be presented with the Meritorious Service to Aviation Award for her trailblazing work in aviation.
AAM-specific education sessions also are planned for the show, including a panel discussion with industry and government leaders on the safe integration of AAM into the national airspace system, and another session exploring the infrastructure needed to support AAM.
“The NBAA-BACE Advanced Air Mobility display provides an up-close look at an exciting technology that is shaping tomorrow’s aviation landscape,” said Chris Strong, NBAA senior vice president, events. “We’re pleased that so many innovators in the field will be a part of this year’s show.”
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