An Uber boss insists its flying taxis will be fully functional by 2023, and says the company is talking with NASA to find a way to manage air traffic
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- According to some experts, the most we'll see of flying cars in the next 10 years will be concept vehicles, prototypes, and recreational models.
- Uber Spain's director, however, said the company will be able to offer clients fully functional flying taxi services by 2023.
- Flying taxis could be a handy solution to traffic jams, allowing traffic instead to move through the sky.
- Uber has signed two Space Act Agreements with NASA to jointly investigate how to ensure that, in future, urban air traffic is managed safely and efficiently.
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With the promise of fewer traffic jams and delays with public transport, flying taxis could be the perfect solution to a growing problem.
According to some experts, the most we'll see of flying cars in the next 10 years will be concept vehicles, prototypes, and recreational models.
This makes the chances of a global taxi service that implement vehicles like these before 2030 seem pretty slim, but speaking with Business Insider, Uber Spain's director, Juan Galiardo, confirmed that the company's flying cars will be available to customers in 2023...