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How Nationality, Weather, Wind, and Distance Affect Consumer Willingness to Fly in Autonomous Airplanes
Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering
Several studies have examined passengers' trust in human-operated systems versus autonomous systems. Prior studies have also reported cultural differences among individuals from India and the United States. The purpose of this study was to investigate how nationality, weather, wind, and distance affect passengers' willingness to fly in autonomous aircraft. Participants included 161 volunteers from the United States and 137 volunteers from India. In 12 different conditions, participants weredoi:10.7771/2159-6670.1180 fatcat:e5ynu6k7wrhjfeuct67gpqiajm