Flying taxis are becoming a reality thanks to Joby and Delta.
Despite numerous attempts, flying cars have never been a part of everyday life. However, thanks to battery and electric propulsion technology improvements, we might not have to wait much longer. Joby, Archer, Vertical, and Lilium, among other startups, are working on electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, electric eVTOLs, that will make air taxis a reality, according to CNBC.
Flying taxis are not only becoming a reality, but they are also proving to be a valuable asset for the military. Joby Aviation, Delta, and other companies are working on electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft that can be used as air taxis. These taxis can not only be used to transport people but also supplies and equipment.
One of the advantages of using flying taxis for the military is that they can help reduce the number of ground vehicles that are needed. This is important because it can save on fuel costs and reduce the amount of pollution that is created. In addition, flying taxis can help reduce traffic congestion in cities.