New Jersey could become a leader in a growing new sector of aviation technology that may one day lead to air taxis transporting people and cargo between cities and communities via electric-powered, vertical-landing aircraft.


The new technology is called Advanced Air Mobility, and Atlantic County is poised to reap millions in tax revenue and create thousands of new jobs over the next 15 years, according to a recent study done by Deloitte Consulting LLC.


The study was undertaken for the National Aerospace Research and Technology Park in Egg Harbor Township, which sees the new technology as a job and revenue creator for South Jersey. Read more from The Press of Atlantic City.