Pilot-less planes expected within the decade, but are travelers on board?

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Fox Business Briefs: 8/8/17

JetBlue wants to hear from you

No humans flying airplanes ... But UBS says only 17 percent of travelers are willing to fly on a remote-controlled plane.  Still, the pilot-less planes are expected to appear within the decade and save the industry money.

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