In Germany, a flying taxi was tested

Flying taxis can carry up to four passengers at a speed of 120 kilometers per hour for a distance of up to 100 kilometers, according to Travel and Leisure.

They are called CityAirbus, they are remotely controlled and run on electricity.

The creators hope that in the near future they will carry people in cities, allowing them to avoid traffic jams. Each vehicle is equipped with four propellers. You don’t need a driver to get around. In terms of social distance, this is an important advantage over ground taxis. And they are almost silent.

The car made its first flight in Germany in December 2019, having successfully passed the test. There is no exact date yet when they will be put into operation.

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