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Entering the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Market

  • Does the high growth of the AAM market appeal and you want greater understanding?

  • Do you want to know where your capability might fit in the AAM value chain? 

  • Are you sold on the exciting AAM market and want to plan your entry

If you can answer “Yes” to any of these questions, we can help you with a free tailored support package.

 

Although few large commercial aircraft clean-sheet developments are expected this decade, a number of promising new air vehicles are being developed for the AAM market. These include flying taxis, personal air vehicles and alternatively powered sub-regional aircraft. They’ll spawn new configurations, technologies, business models and market players. ADS’s AAM Market Outlook predicts that the market could grow to $510bn by 2040.

 

Expert support will provide you with a framework to improve your market understanding, establish where your capability could add value and plan your activities and resources for successful market entry. We focus on the market prospects and its needs to:

  • give you an understanding of the value, growth, segments and risks

  • identify where your product or service could add value by vehicle and value chain segment

  • plan your market entry taking into account the business development and technical activities required

  • identify other Aerospace UP supports that could help deliver this plan

Our experienced AAM specialist will spend a total of 12 hours with you; mapping out where you are at the moment and guide you through the process of planning your AAM market entry. At the end of this support, you will have the confidence to enter the AAM market successfully and be familiar with some strategic tools that will be an asset to organisation for years to come.

 

To find out more please get in touch directly with our industry expert Clive Lewis or sign up for Aerospace UP support

Upcoming Events:

Opportunity in the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Market

Taster Virtual Sessions

16 June 2022 - 9:00-9:30

14 July 2022 - 9:00-9:30