October 17
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European multinational corporation Airbus has revealed a prototype of unmanned aerial taxi. The first flight planned for the end of 2017, Verge reported.

The seating capacity will be one passenger, or 100-odd kilograms of cargo.

The Vahana air taxi concept has already been shown in 2016. The capsule-based design can connect to either ground or air conveyance modules, letting customers specific their preferred method of transit.

The prototype was moved from California to a flight test center in Oregon, where it will conduct its first demonstration. Now that this cumbersome process is complete, Vahana can finally make its first test flights.

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