Flying cars mooted for Paris' public transport network

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2019/05/16 | 347 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY

European aerospace giant Airbus and Paris underground operator RATP will study the viability of adding flying vehicles to the city's urban transport network, the companies said Wednesday.The firms will "explore the feasibility of urban air mobility services" in the French capital and the broader Ile de France region, they said in a statement."Airbus is developing demonstrators of autonomous and unmanned technologies," said the company's chief executive Guillaume Faury. "This is not science-f...(…)

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