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A glimpse at the next-level flying cars soon to take Dubai residents from door to door

Dubai continues to amaze us!
  • This innovative collaboration marks a significant milestone in the realm of transportation.
  • Aviterra’s commitment to purchase over 100 Liberty flying cars underscores the expectations surrounding this cutting-edge mode of transportation.
  • What sets the Liberty apart is its door-to-door transport capability.

Published on Apr 3, 2024 at 6:31PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 4, 2024 at 11:51AM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood
Flying cars deal in Dubai

The emerging industry of flying cars could be set for another leap forward as Aviterra – a Dubai-based aviation company – has teamed up with PAL-V, a Dutch business, to introduce the groundbreaking Liberty flying car to the Middle East and Africa.

This innovative collaboration marks a significant milestone in the realm of airborne personal transportation.

The Liberty, a fusion of a gyroplane and a car, is set to revolutionize travel by seamlessly transitioning from a road vehicle to an aircraft in just five minutes.

PAL-V – in case you were wondering – stands for ‘personal air and land vehicle’.

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Aviterra’s commitment to purchase over 100 Liberty flying cars underscores the expectations surrounding this cutting-edge mode of transportation.

With a top speed of 160km/h on the ground and a flight range of 400-500km, The PAL-V Liberty offers unparalleled mobility.

Its ability to reach an altitude of 3353 meters (11,000 feet) ensures efficient and swift travel, making it ideal for a wide range of applications, including border control and fast emergency response.

What sets the Liberty apart is its door-to-door transport capability, allowing passengers to travel directly from their homes to their destinations.

It’s a game-changer isn’t it?

As Dubai and Abu Dhabi pave the way for advanced air mobility, the Liberty has emerged as a frontrunner in the market.

While electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft could be set to grace the skies by 2025-2026, the PAL-V Liberty’s unique features make it a standout choice for customers.

With a price tag of $799,000, it caters to high-end corporate and government clientele.

However, with time, we can expect them to entertain regular customers with a decent budget as well.

As deliveries of these flying cars are slated to commence in the first half of next year, excitement is building amongst aviation enthusiasts and industry experts alike.

For those aspiring to pilot the Liberty, specialized training is mandatory.

Pilots must undergo a minimum of 45 hours of lessons, ensuring safe and efficient operation.

It’s brands like Aviterra PAL-V and XPeng that show us that the sky is no longer the limit, but potentially the beginning of a new era in aviation.

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