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Test Drive an Air Taxi Flight in Chicago

the biggest names in aviation, and in early September United Airlines confirmed a deal to buy 200 flying taxis from Eve and invest $15 million in the company. Tickets for...

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United Airlines Buying 200 Electric Flying Taxis

receive 100 of Archer’s first flying electric vehicles. As part of the deal with Eve Air, both companies plan to work on the development and use of Eve’s flying taxis...

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The Case for the Flying Car

...ground, the coming home of various forms of what I call air roads , with lanes designated for air taxis, personal flying machines and air vehicles not yet conceived. While...

NASA, Zipline Partner on Drone, Flying Car Development

NASA has partnered with drone-delivery company Zipline to help craft a future vision of U.S. aviation that includes autonomous delivery drones and air taxis. NASA researchers are developing tools and...

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VW Reveals Autonomous Flying Taxi

Volkswagen has become the latest automaker to unveil a flying taxi. The Chinese arm of the German automotive giant has revealed the V.MO, or the Flying Tiger as it’s been...

Hyundai Reveals Futuristic Smart City With Automated Transport

...high-profile presence in the burgeoning eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) flying taxi industry via its AAM offshoot Supernal. It recently unveiled a concept eVTOL vehicle at England’s Farnborough International...

Hyundai and Rolls-Royce have announced they will work together to bring all-electric propulsion and fuel cell tech to air taxis of the future.

Hyundai, Rolls-Royce to Develop Flying Cars

Hyundai and Rolls-Royce have announced they will work together to bring all-electric propulsion and fuel cell tech to air taxis of the future. The Korean automaker and British aviation company...

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Hyundai Flying Taxi Leans on Car Design

Supernal has given passengers a first look at what the cabin of its flying taxi may look like – and there are clearly some influences from parent company Hyundai Motor...

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