How cool would it be if there was a car that flew like an airplane or a flying bike when stuck in traffic? If so then worry no more. Because the world’s first flying bike will be released next year. World’s first flying bike set to launch. Here is details.
When stuck in traffic, it is natural to think how wonderful it would be if there was a flying car or a flying bike like an airplane. You have already read many stories about flying cars. Now the world’s first flying bike is coming. World’s first flying bike set to launch. Here is details.
In fact, Japan’s AERQINS will launch a flying bike in the USA next year. This bike was displayed at the auto show held in America. The biggest feature of this bike that looks like a super bike is that it flies in the air. Now everyone is amazed to see the flying bike video.
News agency Reuters posted the video on Twitter. In it a man can be seen sitting on a bike and hovering in the air. The bike is named Exturismo. The Aerwins Xturismo hoverbike uses multiple propellers (a fan-like device designed for flying purposes) to fly from the ground into the air.
It has four small propellers, two at the front and two large propellers at the rear. Large fans provide lift to the hoverbike. Small fans act as stabilizers.
Production of electric aircraft begins
More than 1 lakh flights take off and land every day in the world. A special type of fuel is used to fly these planes. It is called ATF which stands for Air Turbine Fuel.
But ATF fuel consumption will decrease in the coming days. Now the preparations for the manufacture of large size electric aircraft have started. Preparations for making this 30-seater electric plane have started. It is manufactured by Swedish start-up company Hart Aerospace.
The company has shared several important information about this electric plane. Commercial use of this electric aircraft named ES-30 is likely to start by 2028. Battery electric plane flying is constantly being researched. Changes are made as needed. The company said that the aircraft will begin test flights from 2026.