Larry Page’s pilotless air taxis now flying openly in New Zealand

Zee.Aero, by the way, had been testing flying cars in California in the past couple of years. The fact sheet mentions that Cora has an experimental permit with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and New Zealand regulators, but only that the company is looking forward to sharing Cora with the New …

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