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A German-made flying taxi could be the future of commuting

Have you ever been stuck in traffic and wished you could just fly over it? Well if you have, then that dream could soon be a reality. A flying taxi has been put through a test run in Paris, and as Sarah Morice reports, the aircraft could be ready for passengers in as little as two years. Science & Technology news 👉 http://trt.world/13sf #FlyingTaxi #Traffic #Volocopter

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