As the technology revolution continues, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to create innovative new products and services. Several of them are building car-sized airplane prototypes. They could be affordable, safe, and versatile if designed correctly. Kitty Hawk, a company run by former Google self-driving car guru Sebastian Thrun, is working on the Cora, which can take off and land on rooftops.
Google’s fleet of aircraft is being tested at NASA’s Moffett Field in California. The company has been testing prototypes since 2007 and has had a fleet of aircraft on the ground. The company has partnered with over 300 different aviation companies, but will still need to build its own jet center. But even if the planes don’t fly commercially, the technology is already helping airlines find new routes.
The first flight of the company’s Google Aircraft was on July 19, 2007. This year, the technology will help travelers find the best price for their trip and make the experience as smooth as possible. The first flights of the fleet are scheduled to begin in the next few months. The project requires an estimated 300 partners. If it proves successful, it could be used by commercial airline companies as a tool to improve air travel and the environment.
The Google complex will be one of the largest single-client corporate air facilities in the world, which means that it will be a major employer in the region. The company is already planning a new office building in San Jose, which is slated to house the new facility. It also hopes to attract major airline companies that offer flights with low emissions. However, if this plan becomes a reality, it could have a significant impact on the city’s economy and environment.