Flying car introduced in the USA


The American company Lift Aircraft has introduced a flying car, reports Dayton 24/7 Now.

Director and Founder of Lift Aircraft CEO Matthew Chasen said that they had delivered the first production of HEXA aircraft to the US Air Force today for testing and airworthiness certification.

Driving a flying car does not require a pilot’s license and will take less than an hour to prepare.

According to the company, the vehicle can stay in the air for 15 minutes and cover a distance of 16 to 24 km.

Chasen said that HEXA could be used in emergency cases by the police, fire service or ambulance. The HEXA fleet will initially be used as entertainment, Belta said.