A driving school for flying cars? We are hoping to see that in Qatar in the near future!

In Las Vegas, Kitty Hawk – a company owned by Google co-founder Larry Page – has set up a small hanger and training facility.

It’s where new flyers learn the ropes, a process that currently takes a mere 90 minutes. Most of it is spent rehearsing what happens if something were to go wrong. The training begins in a basic simulation, Then you move on to a real Flyer, and then you practice getting out in an emergency. The team has set up a ball pool to rehearse getting out of the craft if it happens to land upside down on the water.

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