The air taxi revolution that has been taking shape in recent years could, in the next few decades, bring us very close to the world long imagined by science fiction writers and filmmakers, where the skies of cities are filled with a wide variety of passenger vehicles.
From flying taxis to holographic image-emitting humanoid robots to the conquest of the moon, the company sees many things to come in the coming years.
Competition is intensifying in the market for electrically powered air taxis. Although the first tests have barely started, major companies are stepping up their involvement and are placing orders for hundreds of units.
A European aircraft manufacturer has announced that it will start development of a new electric urban air transport vehicle.
Atlas Aero’s air taxi solution is interesting and elegant, and the prototype is said to be ready to fly next year. Anyone who follows the news about the future of personal mobility has been sensing for some time that we are getting closer to the age of the urban air taxi.
The aim is to integrate these vehicles into the current aviation regulations and to ensure that the new aircraft are accepted by the community.