Inside the high-stakes race to build the world’s first flying taxi
Lilium, which has raised more than $100 million from investors, illustrates the high-wire act of the companies trying to live up to the hype. At least 20 companies are in the market, which Morgan Stanley estimates will top $850 billion by 2040.
Jet-powered flying taxi unveiled following first flight
The Lilium has begun seeking approval from European and U.S. regulators, making the m...
Farnborough Airshow: Rolls-Royce to solve commuting problems with hybrid flying taxi
The Rolls-Royce EVTOL plane will seat four or five peopl...
Flying taxis may be years away, but the groundwork is accelerating
No one can say for certain if these new vehicles will turn out to be a real business. But many companies are already worried about being left behind.
Coming soon: A personal plane that can take off from your garden
The two-seater entirely electric plane use ducted fan which makes it much simpler, quieter and safer than conventional helicopters.
GST to encourage local production of incense sticks
The incense sticks industry is waiting for the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax, which it feels will offer greater flexibility.
Given the rupee fall, Floriculture of Northeast India facing heat over rising cost of imported planting materials
Floriculture which is fast emerging as vibrant sector in bio diversity hot spot of Northeast India is heavily dependent on imported planting materials.
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