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The world’s first airport for flying cars and drones has just landed

The UK's development of an urban airport for flying cars and drones could inspire other nations to follow suit Image: Unsplash/Jopeel Quimpo

Douglas Broom

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Ready for take-off: the UK just opened the first airport for electric planes and drones. Image: Urban Air-Port

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Air-One will be dismantled later this year and toured around the UK. Image: Hyundai

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