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Commercial airplanes without pilots, the reluctance of passengers and the savings for the airlines
Rome, Italy - A recent analysis highlights the economic benefits for the industry and the fact that the current aversion of customers could change in the future
Pilotless airplanes "could bring material benefits": to say that is a study that was published on Monday by the Swiss bank UBS which estimated a global saving for the carriers of about 35 billion dollars per year, allowing some airlines to double their profits. The economic advantage would be generated by the savings in pilots' salaries and training, by a reduction of insurance costs, by a reduced...
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency