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Self-flying air taxi lifts off in New Zealand

BBC News Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Self-flying air taxi lifts off in New ZealandA firm funded by Google founder Larry Page has unveiled an electric, self-flying air taxi, developed in New Zealand.
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These flying taxis are taking to the skies. Kitty Hawk, accompany that develops flying vehicles just released their latest aircraft. The “Cora” is a self-driving air taxi that’s being tested in New Zealand. Cora is all electric so there are zero emissions. It can go up to 3,000 feet in the air...

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