Flying taxis are expected to be used in Saudi Arabia's major tourist sites and developments in the next years as the kingdom presses forward with its modernisation plans. The flying taxi will enter the market by 2026, and will be used in major protects such as the futuristic city of NEOM and the historic tourist site AlUla, Saudia Airlines announced on Monday.
In the race for air mobility, Saudi Arabia is working to meet the sustainable goals listed under the kingdom's Vision 2030 development plan. The kingdom aims to achieve net-zero emissions by 2060 by reducing carbon emissions, investing in new energy sources, and developing a carbon capture and storage programme.
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