As the global climate crisis accelerates, the need for sustainable solutions has never been more urgent. Among the various sectors contributing to greenhouse gas emissions, transportation remains a significant player. In recent years, air taxis have emerged as a promising solution to alleviate urban congestion and reduce carbon emissions.
The rapid advancements in flying car technology, combined with the growing interest in urban air mobility (UAM), have sparked a global conversation on the need for comprehensive regulatory frameworks governing the operation of these vehicles. As flying cars transition from science fiction to reality, regulatory authorities, industry stakeholders, and experts are grappling with the complex task of formulating and implementing rules that will ensure safety, efficiency, and public acceptance while fostering innovation.