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Flying cars and driverless buses - the future of urban mobility has landed

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Douglas Broom

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Each marker is a flying restriction in force on just one day in March 2021 across UK airspace. Image: Notaminfo.com
PAL-V has fold-out rotors and a rear-mounted propeller to drive it through the air. Image: PAL-V
The Terrafugia Transition aims to be “legal both in the sky and on local roads by 2022”. Image: Terrafugia
The AeroMobil flying car will launch in 2023 and is likely to cost $1.6 million. Image: Aeromobil
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