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Uber partnering with NASA to bring air taxi service to Los Angeles as soon as 2020

by Futures Centre, Nov 17
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Uber is partnering with NASA to bring an air taxi service to Los Angeles as soon as 2020.


Uber and NASA to bring flying taxis to Los Angeles

Ready to zoom into the future? Uber is partnering with NASA to bring an air taxi service to Los Angeles as soon as 2020. The battery-powered, four-person electric helicopter would sail above L.A.’s clogged, serpentine road network, logging 60 miles with just one four-minute charge.


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