• Nurina Sharmin

UAM Stakeholders: Lessons of the Past


Public acceptance is crucial. The community’s views, perception and fears all hold immense power. They can enable an existing or emerging industry to achieve great heights, but they can also dictate the complete decimation of an industry’s existence.

The power of public perception can be often found in projects of the past; there is a valuable lesson to be learned from history.

New York Airways - Early Urban Air Mobility

Post World War II, the idea of urban transportation through aerial services brought about excitement within the population. In the early 1950s, New York Airways had established its rev