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Near Term Urban Air Mobility Use Cases in the Dallas Fort-Worth Area  (2022)
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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is conducting research on airspace management and flight procedures concepts for Urban Air Mobility (UAM). A series of collaborative meetings between NASA and Joby Aviation, informed by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) Airport subject matter experts, spanned several years and developed five use cases for operations in the DFW area. This report describes how UAM aircraft could navigate between vertiports within a region with a high volume of conventional air traffic in the neighboring areas and provides recommendations for introducing UAM operations at DFW. The objective of this effort is to evaluate the extent to which UAM flights are possible in the current National Airspace System and identify whether existing approaches to expanded operations will work for UAM.
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Air, Cases, Dallas, Mobility, UAM, Urban, Use
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NASA Technical Memorandum 20220009944
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Last Updated: August 15, 2019