Japan combines with Uber, Boeing and Airbus to create flying cars for ten years
This country can not be called a world leader in the field of stand-alone or an electric vehicle, but she plans to make cars fly. That's because what's the matter today, Japan announced that gathers 21 companies and organizations, including giants such as Uber, Boeing, Airbus, Cartivator and Japan Airlines, to bring the vehicles into the sky for 10 years.
The Government of Japan has promised that will the main problem holding back the emergence of flying cars: regulation. "The Japanese government will provide appropriate support to help implement the concept of aircraft, such as the creation of appropriate regulations," the ministry said. If Japan can quickly create a legal system, which can operate aircraft, it will be able to bypass countries such as the United States, where the Federal Aviation Association, is known to decide such questions very slowly.
Why Japan flying cars?
Flying cars are definitely not ready yet to becoming ubiquitous, but in recent years has been a significant progress in this area. Kitty Hawk, the startup of the flying taxi belonging to Larry Page, testing his big flying taxi of New Zealand and has demonstrated early versions of his Flyer earlier this year. Uber plans to release the flying taxi in five years and to open a hub for its fleet in Paris in 2023.
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