Tripping the flights fantastic - FlyGTA

Stuck in heavy traffic and going nowhere fast, many a fraught motorist imagines an airlift escape to a stunning location. Andreas Rohde boards an unusual Toronto airline to live the dream

Headline-making urban air mobility (UAM) that promises flying cars and cabs within a handful of years is helping the sector shape the future of aviation.

Development is primarily focused on service-entry of highly automated electric-powered air vehicles that    will carry anything from passengers    to packages.

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