The objective of the present study is to investigate Greek travellers’ acceptance of Flying Autonomous Vehicles, as well as the identification of the most significant factors affecting that decision. For this purpose, a stated-preference approach was used that included hypothetical scenarios of cost, time, and comfort, which were distributed in a carefully developed questionnaire. In total, 193 valid questionnaires were collected, which were statistically processed. By using models of logistic regression (multinomial and binary) and the respective utility functions, it was possible to extract a mathematical description of the drivers’ attitude towards autonomous vehicles. Results show that the of acceptance mostly depends on the cost, time and level of vehicle comfort, the role that technology illustrates in the lives of potential users, their cautious behavior towards autonomous technologies, their commitment to the comfort that their private car is offering, as well as demographic factors such as their age and family income.