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China purchased European flying car technology

A Chinese company has acquired the technology that allowed for the successful test flight of a flying car, which was first developed in Europe.

There are unexpected places where airlines are making a big comeback.
There are unexpected places where airlines are making a big comeback.

In 2021, the AirCar used runways for takeoff and landing as it traveled 35 minutes between two airports in Slovakia, powered by a BMW engine and regular fuel.

From a car to an aircraft, it took just over two minutes.

They will now only be able to use vehicles built in a “specific geographical region” of China.

The Cangzhou-based Hebei Jianxin Flying Car Technology Company has acquired the only authority to produce and operate AirCar aircraft within a designated region.

After previously acquiring an aircraft from another Slovak manufacturer, the company constructed its own airport and flight school, according to Anton Zajac, cofounder of KleinVision, the company that made AirCar.

China is currently aggressively working on developing flying transport alternatives, having paved the way for the EV revolution.

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