Rides in Airbus’s self-flying cars will cost ‘the equivalent of a normal taxi’: Firm reveals passengers will pay $1.50 to $2.50 per mile to travel by air



Traveling from point A to point B in a flying car may sound like it would break the bank, but Airbus has revealed a trip in its airborne vehicle will cost ‘the equivalent of a normal taxi’.
The France-based firm is set to unleash its electric aircraft, called Project Vahana, in 2020, which aims to reduce traffic jams around the world - people will summon the flying taxi with a push of a button.
Zach Lovering, the project leader at Airbus, told Business Insider that passengers should expect to pay $1.50 to $2.50 per mile – the low cost is possible because the craft does not need the same... read more

 
20 May 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 65
Source: Daily Mail
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