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Dubai has placed an order for over 100 flying cars, with the company Avitera from Dubai spearheading the initiative. These Liberty-type vehicles, produced by Dutch firm PAL-V, are set to transport residents of the luxury global capital starting in 2025, with full deployment by 2026 at the latest.

These two-seater vehicles can navigate on land and transform into aircraft as needed. Muhanad Vada, the CEO of Avitera, emphasized their practicality, highlighting that these cars can be parked in standard parking spaces and converted into flying vehicles in just two minutes. They require a runway of 120 meters for takeoff, can ascend to a maximum of 3,400 meters, and function as normal cars upon landing, using the same fuel as conventional vehicles.

The introduction of flying cars could significantly alleviate congestion in modern cities and dramatically reduce travel time in urban areas. Fuel efficiency remains a crucial consideration, with the PAL-V Liberty utilizing readily available petrol.

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Initially, these flying vehicles will be used for private and state purposes. They could revolutionize emergency medical services by facilitating rapid transportation of critically ill patients to healthcare facilities. Moreover, the speed and efficiency of flying cars could fundamentally transform logistics and delivery services, enabling swift and efficient goods transport in urban settings.

However, the environmental impact of deploying flying cars on a large scale remains an unanswered question until these vehicles are fully operational. While they are expected to emit fewer harmful gases than conventional cars, thorough testing is necessary to confirm this.

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