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Jan 6, 2022

Japan’s Certified Flying Taxi Company Wants to Start Its Services by 2025

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It’s the first flying car firm to be granted a safety certificate in Japan.

SkyDrive, the Tokyo-based startup developing a personal eVTOL aircraft, revealed its ultra-light compact flying car, the SD-03, on the show floor at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week.

That makes it the first time the company has showcased its technology outside of Japan, a symbol of the global ambitions of the firm, which aims to kickstart a flying taxi service by 2025.

A flying car built for ‘door-to-door’ transportation

**“SkyDrive’s flying car is designed to vertically take off and land with superb stability and this emission-free electric vehicle enables fast and safe door-to-door transportation anywhere, including uses for emergency rescue,” the company said in its release.

The first flying car firm to be granted a safety certificate in Japan. SkyDrive, the Tokyo-based startup developing a personal eVTOL aircraft, r.

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