Seoul aims to commercialize urban air mobility in 2025

 7FF98064-EEB9-426B-876D-E7D1824C1F76

Hyundai Motor Group via The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

SEOUL — South Korea aims to commercialize urban air mobility (UAM) services in the domestic market in 2025 as it strives to tackle worsening traffic congestion in major cities, the transport ministry said Thursday.

The government plans to begin offering UAM services initially with one to two routes, or terminals, in the Seoul metropolitan area in 2025 and then to increase the number of terminals to 10 by 2030, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said in a statement.

Continue reading… “Seoul aims to commercialize urban air mobility in 2025”

0