Would you like to travel in air taxis?
The air bus company is well known for making airplanes, but now it has started making air taxis.
Urban Air Mobility (UAM) company Wisk and the New Zealand government have announced the establishment of a self-flying and all-electric air taxi, Cora Transport Company, in Canterbury.
According to the official website of the UAM Company, it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the New Zealand Government for prototype, Kora, which has been selected to test the electric air taxi.
It added that the New Zealand government has announced that in October last year it would launch an industry airline to work with industry, property and innovative international partners to safely test and demonstrate unmanned aircraft. Space Integration is setting up a trial.
The United States and New Zealand-based Whisk announced as the first industry partners to join the program. It relied on products and capabilities to develop and deliver a safe and reliable air taxi service starting in New Zealand. Is a manifestation of
Minister for Research Science and Innovation Dr. Megan Woods said in her announcement that this is the first event of its kind. ۔
Across the world, Urban Air Mobility is an emerging, high-value industry, and New Zealand is an attractive destination due to the growing innovation environment with its capabilities, people and technology.