• Pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity that Wall Street is completely missing, UBS says

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    UBS estimates pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity thanks to cost savings of cutting two pilots.
    Convincing people to fly on them, though, might be a little more difficult.
    Luckily, many people say they could be convinced with cheaper fares.
    While much of Wall Street is focused on self-driving cars , UBS has moved on to the skies.
    The bank estimated this week that pilotless planes could be worth $35 billion in profit - and says Wall Street is completely missing the potential.
    "We estimate moving from two pilots to one in cargo and passenger airplanes implies c.$15 billion...
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  • Pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity that Wall Street is completely missing, UBS says

    Pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity that Wall Street is completely missing, UBS says

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    UBS estimates pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity thanks to cost savings of cutting two pilots.
    Convincing people to fly on them, though, might be a little more difficult.
    Luckily, many people say they could be convinced with cheaper fares.
    While much of Wall Street is focused on self-driving cars , UBS has moved on to the skies.
    The bank estimated this week that pilotless planes could be worth $35 billion in profit - and says Wall Street is completely missing the potential.
    "We estimate moving from two pilots to one in cargo and passenger airplanes implies c.$15 billion...
    Read more ...

     

  • Pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity that Wall Street is completely missing, UBS says

    Pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity that Wall Street is completely missing, UBS says

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    UBS estimates pilotless planes could be a $35 billion opportunity thanks to cost savings of cutting two pilots.
    Convincing people to fly on them, though, might be a little more difficult.
    Luckily, many people say they could be convinced with cheaper fares.
    While much of Wall Street is focused on self-driving cars , UBS has moved on to the skies.
    The bank estimated this week that pilotless planes could be worth $35 billion in profit - and says Wall Street is completely missing the potential.
    "We estimate moving from two pilots to one in cargo and passenger airplanes implies c.$15 billion...
    Read more ...