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Re: Larry Page's Self-Flying Taxi Set for New Zealand Test Runs
Posted by: David Jones 2018-03-15 13:59:43
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A new air taxi service financially backed by Google cofounder Larry Page is set to take off in New Zealand, thanks to an agreement announced this week. Page's Kitty Hawk company, the developer of a new autonomous flying machine called "Cora," will begin testing the service in rural Canterbury, a region in the South Island, according to Hayden Munro, press secretary for Megan Woods, New Zealand's minister of research, science and innovation. The electric air taxi can carry two passengers.


Re: Larry Page's Self-Flying Taxi Set for New Zealand Test Runs
Posted by: Moonine9 2018-03-21 05:23:22 In reply to: David Jones
I am concerned about the passenger safety measures. If it has something so in times of trouble the passenger will be safe.
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