NASA Will Fly Electric Taxi in the Sky

The US space agency NASA will fly an electric taxi in the sky this time. Recently, its testing has also started. They will decide on this soon. NASA will conduct this special test till September 10. NASA has named this special project Testing Electric Vehicle Takeoff and Landing. This project is covered by Advanced Air Mobility.

If the test is successful, NASA plans to launch the electric air taxi in the city or its vicinity in the coming days. It can be considered as an alternative mode of transport in that case. Through that transport, both people and luggage can be carried successfully.

However, they have plans to look into many other issues before making a final decision. Such as how much airspace can be found in the sky of the concerned area or where the location of the air taxi can be done, etc.

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