The idea of developing lower airspace over urban agglomerations for new types of
businesses has been actively discussed since the early 2000s and is gradually moving
into the implementation phase in various regions of the world, with expectations of
commercial operation in the 2030s.
The unifying name for projects aimed at increasing air mobility in urban agglomerations and between them has become the concept of Advanced Air Mobility or AAM.
This Concept of Operations (ConOps) focuses on Russia's AAM (or RuAM for short)
tasks related to Air Traffic Management (ATM) in metropolitan environments, implying
that the airspace used for RuAM operations, or part of it, is initially isolated to
accommodate RuAM-only flights, in order to keep risks at an acceptable level.
As the technology and legislative framework matures, the restrictions associated with
the segregation of RuAM flights from other aviation operations may be lifted.
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