Companies building on flying taxi cars – Business Insider
1. Uber’s announcement comes just one day after Kitty Hawk, a project backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, took the wraps off its VTOL aircraft.
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NZ green lights personal flying taxis. SELF-PILOTED flying taxis are being tested in New Zealand as part of a project backed by Google co-founder Larry Page.
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Boeing has been testing flying taxi prototypes that could one day be capable of ferrying humans to and from places, via urban ‘vertiports,’ not unlike Uber.