CityAirbus aircraft, capable of traveling at speeds of up to 120 km / h over a distance of up to 30 km, should
The @AirbusHeli #cityairbus previewing now ? #UrbanAirMobility pic.twitter.com/48yqMK8WRx
- Wings Drones Consulting (@WingsDrones) March 11, 2019
All painted up and looking ready to fly - @Airbus#CityAirbus unmanned demonstrator makes it a couple of minutes to get there.
- Graham Warwick (@TheWoracle) March 11, 2019
Marius explaining the #CityAirbus demonstrator#FlyingTaxi #FutureOfMobility #ElectricFlight #eVTOL #AirTaxi #Drone #avgeek #Airbus #SmartCities pic.twitter.com/L9ixAz4Qhj
- Andreas Thellmann (@A_Thellmann) March 11, 2019
Future is happening #Cairairbus presented today @Ingolstadt_IN @DoroBaer #urbanair pic.twitter.com/vIHlon5hGe
- Martin Wild (@martin_wild) March 11, 2019
Thanks to the vertical take-off and landing systemTo use CityAirbus, you do not need a lot of free sites. In the near future, the German government will begin to develop legislation that allows the use of aircraft in urban environments as a taxi and personal transport.
Despite the presentation, Airbus is still notI have never conducted CityAirbus public flying tests. In addition, recently Airbus, Audi and Italdesign have presented a model of their future system of capsular flying taxi Pop.Up.
To flying taxis and cars now aroundthe world is showing increased interest. The Dutch PAL-V is already accepting pre-orders for the world's first certified flying car. And the Chinese manufacturer of drones Ehang will provide its single drones to the authorities of Dubai - their introduction will begin this summer. Passenger Drone has tested its first passenger drone in Europe.