DUBAI-is the “Wakanda” of the real world as population increases. Flying taxis are imminent and Panama want in.

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The first phase of the initiative includes four initial stations near Dubai International Airport

Technology. While in Panama we are in diapers with electric vehicles, in the city of Dubai the designs of the new stations for flying taxis were approved this weekend.

Yes, as you read it. The Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Emir of Dubai, Mohamed bin Rashid reported that they have approved the design of the new flying taxi stations that will come into operation in three years.

According to the promotional video shared on his Twitter, the first phase of the initiative includes four initial stations near Dubai International Airport, the city center, Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina.

Likewise, he informed that the maximum range of the aircraft is 241 kilometers with a speed of 300 kilometers per hour and with capacity for four seats in addition to the pilot.

Dubai will be the first city in the world to have an advanced zero-carbon vertical take-off and landing network.

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