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Everything’s Bigger in Texas: Bringing Vertical Mobility to the Dallas Metroplex

Updated: Apr 27

They say everything is bigger in Texas. When it comes to drones and advanced aerial mobility (AAM), nothing could be more accurate. The state has put itself high up on the leaderboard in terms of opportunities and forward-leaning initiatives. And Ernest Huffman, Aviation Planning and Education Program Manager for the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) has put it there. This article discusses the NCTOG efforts in vertical flight and AAM.

Topics: Texas; drones; advanced aerial mobility; AAM; Ernest Huffman; North Central Texas Council of Governments; NCTCOG; NASA; AS Safety and Integration Task Force; vertical mobility; vertiports; beyond visual line of sight; BVLOS; community engagement

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