Author | Jaime RamosThe transport sector expects a great deal from the air. Air transport has remained more or less stable over the last decades. However, technological innovations emerging in various areas, are threatening to change this scenario. This is illustrated, for example, with the steps taken towards making flying taxis a reality.Airports are aware of this situation. Terminals are demanding the necessary adaptations in order to accommodate the new solutions. The implementation of mechanisms to create smart airports is one of the first symptoms of the change we are experiencing.
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