Hydrogen is the only way to make flying cars viable says Urban Aeronautics founder
For one thing, big aircraft will be limited in where they can land in cities — they will need special landing pads and vertiports.
It is a design that borrows from the Piasecki Airgeep, an experimental flying car developed for the US military in the 1960s.
Renewed hopes for hydrogenUrban Aeronautics is not the only aircraft company to be looking at hydrogen.
For big aircraft, hydrogen is seen as the only real alternative to jet fuel — and ZeroAvia hopes to be flying 20-seater planes within three years.
We’d walk into a room with our flying car pitch and they would throw us out,” chuckles Yoeli.
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