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ABSTRACT. Based on an in-depth survey of the literature, the purpose of the paper is to explore whether autonomous flying car regulation will really free up roads. Using and replicating data from ANSYS, Deloitte, Foresight Institute, and SWT, we performed analyses and made estimates regarding comfortability with flying taxis (%), the likely benefits of flying cars (%), reasons urged against the concept of flying cars (%), level of concern with the overall safety of flying cars and with learning to use a flying car (%), level of concern with the performance of flying cars in congested airspace, in poor weather, and at night (%), and level of importance of having a parachute for flying cars (%). Data were analyzed using structural equation modeling.

Keywords: flying car; regulation; urban air mobility; aerial transportation system; safety

How to cite: Popescu Ljungholm, Doina, and Marilena Lavinia Olah (2020). “Will Autonomous Flying Car Regulation Really Free Up Roads? Smart Sustainable Air Mobility, Societal Acceptance, and Public Safety Concerns,” Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations 19: 100–106. doi: 10.22381/LPI1920206

Received 18 January 2020 • Received in revised form 5 April 2020
Accepted 7 April 2020 • Available online 9 April 2020

Doina Popescu Ljungholm
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University of Pitești, Romania
Marilena Lavinia Olah
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University of Pitești, Romania

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