The idea of ‘Flying cars’ has been a topic of discussion for many years. With the rise in the number of vehicles on the roads, this seems to be the perfect time to launch flying cars. The world is looking for alternatives to non-renewable energy sources to reduce its carbon footprint. In one of their recent videos, CNBC International shares its insights on flying electrical passenger drones. Known as vertical take-off and landing aircraft (VTOL), several companies are striving to enhance their flying cars for better feasibility. According to CNBC International, the urban air mobility sector could generate a revenue of $9 trillion by 2050. Air mobility experts believe that passenger drones will provide an elevated experience of flight services to a broader audience at a fairly low cost.
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