Google’s co-founder of UAVs is the world’s first automated flying taxi. The two passengers carrying this flying taxi can fly at approximately 110 miles per hour. Larry Page, co-founder of Google, said the taxi is currently awaiting approval from New Zealand control. UAV-like taxis under the supervision of Jeffar Airworks have been secretly subjected to several tests.

This automated flying taxi, called Qora, is a 12-round plane and a mixture of drones. It is capable of flying vertically like a drone. Again, after the flight due to the propeller, it advances. So it is said that both planes and unmanned planes are in the characteristics. The result of eight years of effort is that this unmanned plane can climb up to 914 miles from the ground.

According to Kaiti Hauk, Larry Page’s unmanned aircraft organization, “Flying Taxi Discovery means that the airport must be brought home, since Kora can fly vertically like a helicopter, so there is no need for a separate space for the runway. Through Korah, anyone can fly from the roof, patio or parking lot of their home at any time from home.

The page itself is behind the funding of Kitty Hawk, and the company operates the former active operator of Google Subashachian Throw. The national Uber companies want to launch the first flying taxi.

They hope the taxi will be able to run commercially in the next three years, which will recognize their first flying taxi company in the world. Not only that, New Zealand will also be recognized as the first country to grant this approval. Needless to say, New Zealand Airlines is very advanced and imitative.

Kitty Hock is also preparing an application for the Qura, through which a passenger can fly to the destination as he wants to fly in a flying taxi.

Don’t miss the speculation about Kora. After the commercial launch, they will have a more difficult task to inform people about it and believe it’s safe to use.

Kitty Hawk said that every Korah flight will take place in the caretaker of the software and the people. In addition to three different independent operators, the parachute will also be connected to Koré.