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Future flight social science considerations and research

Researching how the UK public feels about the potential future operations of three different types of future flight technologies for civilian use.

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Future flight social science considerations and research: forward strategy (PDF)

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Future flight challenge: mini public dialogue report (PDF)

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The future flight challenge knows that for the future development and regulation of emerging aviation technology in the UK that the views of the public must be considered.

The documents here set out the:

  • forward strategy: an initial assessment of the research landscape, identifying five broad and interconnected research themes that the future flight challenge believes are priorities for social and economic research attention
  • mini public dialogue report: conducted by IPSOS with support from the Liminal Space, this report sets out the findings of a UKRI and Sciencewise funded mini public dialogue on three different types of future flight technologies for civilian use:
    • drones
    • advanced air mobility (‘air taxis’)
    • regional air mobility (‘eco-planes’).

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