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The future of next-generation air mobility

Asia-Pacific (APAC) region attracting attention

By mid-century, more than half of the world's all-electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft will be operating in the Asia-Pacific region, which could account for more than 40% of global operating revenue. By 2050, 82,500 AAM aircraft will be in operation in Asia Pacific, generating $36.9 billion in operating revenue. 

As for Japan, the government has pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 and establish innovative technologies to bring the amount of CO2 stored in the world's atmosphere "beyond zero." We also take into account what we promised.

Achieving mobility in densely populated areas

In urban areas, AAM solutions such as eVTOL, air taxis, and intra-city flights are expected. It can transport passengers more quickly and connect nearby cities and tourist destinations that previously required detours to avoid the sea, all while easing the burden on congested ground transportation networks. The use of hybrid and all-electric aircraft for transport to work, school, and internet business logistics can significantly improve air quality and give priority to pedestrians and cyclists. In the future, urban areas may become pioneering examples of AAM ecosystem solutions.

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