Singapore’s tiny second airport eyes future as a flying taxi hub6 min read . Updated: 05 Jul 2022, 07:30 PM IST
Singapore has already signed two agreements with advanced air mobility startups Skyports and Volocopter that may convert the aging aerodrome into a vertiport, or an airport where the aerial devices take off and land vertically, Jetsons-style
Just 20 minutes north-west of Singapore’s Changi Airport -- regularly voted the world’s best -- is Seletar Airport, the city-state’s second, and far well less known, airfield. It’s predominantly where the super rich land in their private jets. It’s also where the future of aviation could be taking off.
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