19 Aug '16, 11am

Airbus to build flying autonomous taxis that soar over traffic

Airbus to build flying autonomous taxis that soar over traffic

, passengers would use an app to book passage on the craft, and then travel to a local helipad. There they would board a CityAirbus drone along with other travelers, and be “whisked away to their destination.” Not only would this service be faster than a regular taxi due to its ability to avoid traffic, Airbus is planning to keep the price in the same range as a taxi ride, too. Any luggage would be carried by a separate service.

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