We have a question, is it still a drone if you are inside of it? Doesn’t that just make it a helicopter? Semantics aside, there is no doubt that passenger drones are coming. We’ve heard of drone taxi services in theory, now let’s see who’s building a flying pod for you.
The big race at this stage of the game is to be the first to market. eHang was supposed to be one of the first, flying in Dubai, but legal and safety testing have delayed that ambitious start date back in 2018. This means that the race is still on – let’s see some contenders.
Where can I fly today? Nowhere. As far as publicly accessible drone flights go, there are no active services as of August 2021.
Why trust Drone Rush?
I’ve been a fan of flight since a young age; while I’ve had few opportunities at the helm of manned aircraft, the hours on my fleet of drones continue to grow. I enjoy putting cameras into the sky, silky smooth aerial imagery makes me happy. My goal is to…