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AAM and Drones Are Climbing. Fast. with NBAA

At this year’s National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Business Aviation Conference and Expo (BACE) in fabulous Las Vegas, the organization doubled-down on its commitment to sustainability by announcing a new public advocacy campaign, “Climbing.Fast.” From the Keynote stage on Day 1, NBAA President and CEO, Ed Bolan, confirmed that his team “seeks to underscore all the great things about business aviation and to make clear that we are on a mission to net zero.” From the stage to the event branding, across the expo hall floor and out at the electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) live demonstrations out at Henderson’s Executive Airport, NBAA made another message just as loud and clear: drones and air taxis are part of the sustainability solution for business aviation (BA). Read on to learn more.

Topics: drones, eVTOLs, air taxis, NBAA, Climbing.Fast., sustainability, USI, Phoenix Air Unmanned, Cora, Wisk, Volocopter, Josh Olds, Jon Damush, Iris Automation, Charlton Evans, End State Solutions, Will Lovett, Rob Knochenhauer, Censys Technologies, BACE

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