Autonomous aerial passenger vehicles are here, ladies and gentlemen.  That’s right. A vehicle right out of “The Jetsons” cartoon.
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Beginning this summer, Dubai will be the first city to allow regular operations of these drones.  They can carry one passenger and have a range of about 30 miles.  Click on the video link above to see how it works.

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