Unmanned aerial vehicles will carry passengers until 2030: Η Britten-Norman, Britain 's only independent commercial aircraft maker, said its ultimate goal was the optional full automation that "should take place within this decade." That is, the drones that will make the routes of today's manual, and will carry passengers.
Unmanned passenger planes are scheduled to fly in the sky by 2030, as the company promised in a spectacular way.
The British manufacturer, Britten-Norman, announced that it was going to launch aircraft, which will fly on their own, through pilots, in five years. The company even hopes that it will be able to be fully autonomous, so that they do not need a ruler, within a decade.
The company based in Isle of Wight It also said it would allow pilots to offer "unmanned and pilot" flights, according to the report.
The only independent commercial aircraft manufacturer in Britain, Britten-Norman, publicly stated that the ultimate goal of this new project, the optional full automation "It should take place within this decade."
We understand, therefore, that it is an important priority of the company to achieve this goal, to transport passengers with fully automated aircraft, and will work hard to achieve this by 2030.
However, drones will definitely need regulatory approval and are likely to scare passengers, British Pilots' Association Association.
Britten-Norman announced this week that it has partnered with the British company Blue Bear, a specialist in autonomous flights, for the development of technology in unmanned aircraft.
The two companies are about to start a project to automate it Islander of Britten-Norman later this month. It is an aircraft that flies between the islands of Scotland, carrying passengers, and is used only for passenger flights and cargo.