Discussion in 'London' started by Cabbie2B, Jan 12, 2019.
....then anyone who can help us, please do.
You will see forum uberpilots.net full of people saying I like to fly with uber because it's flexibility
That thing looks like a helicopter with Spinning Dubs from the early 2000’s
most of the papers carrying thiis UBER advertisment are dropping the most relevant bit .
In 2016, Uber first introduced its plan to bring its ride-sharing capabilities to the airspace over cities, but the project still faces significant hurdles. The kind of aircraft Uber envisions shuttling passengers from rooftop to rooftop — electric, autonomous, with the ability to take off and land vertically — don’t really exist yet, nor does the infrastructure to support such a service. Experts suggest that engineering and regulatory hindrances may prevent flying cars from ever taking off in a meaningful way.
کەرە مەتۆپە بەهار نزيکە=Jack ass don't die from starvation Spring is approaching.
The writers of 'Back to future films' can make a workable plan for city shuttling flying car.
I just wrote this on YouTube and got all those flying things!!!
Already been tested in M4 but t failed to take off
The term somali pirates will fade and somali pilots will come to life
they gonna crash chasing the surge.
Woow, but I thought that this is crash landing exercise at M40 by Northolt.....
No you’ll see it’s commercial flight pilots vs Uber pilots. And the commercial flight pilots posting pics of uberpilot accidents.
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