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Uber Air to test flying taxis in bid to bid traffic congestion

Leek Post and Times Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Uber Air to test flying taxis in bid to bid traffic congestionHelicabs to be trialled next year ahead of commercial operation in 2023.
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Uber plans to take passengers to the sky in a bid to ease congested roads in big cities. It has announced that it will trial its Uber Air flying taxi service in Melbourne, Australia. Dallas and Los Angeles in the US will also be pilot cities. They say the service will cost the same as an Uber X trip.

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