Uber’s autonomous flying cabs aren’t prepared to take off yet, yet as per a report in the New York Times, it will offer air travel beginning July 9th.
Uber Copter will be accessible in New York City first, to Uber Rewards individuals who’ve acquired Platinum and Diamond status.
Obviously, the rides will have dynamic pricing that changes dependent on demand, however the average ride will cost somewhere in the range of $200 and $225, as per Uber Elevate’s Nikhil Goel.
In any case, dissimilar to Uber’s car service, it has a predetermined route that keeps running between a location close to the Staten Island Ferry in Manhattan and Kennedy Airport with a flight time of around eight minutes.
Uber hasn’t freely declared the service itself, however as indicated by the article flights will have space for up to five travelers (don’t hope to bring along much things) with two pilots, all worked by the Heliflite charter service.