The Flying Cars - Potential benefits for India


  • Venktesh Sharma UG Student CGC Technical Campus Mohali - Punjab 140307
  • Rashi Vashisht UG Student, Punjab University, Chandigarh, India.


Flying Cars, Technology, Time, Advantages


In recent years, our Indian roads and transport highways are being overused and are thus heavily congested. For these problems flying cars is a solution for saving time, reducing traffic, reduced the cost of building and maintaining infrastructure and the availability of more space. This paper provides suggestions and evaluates the future of flying cars in India. While there are so many technical aspects that must be looked upon when it comes to flying cars but this paper focuses on the possibilities of flying cars, its advantages and the future of flying cars in India. This article deduces preliminary views on flying cars, including anticipated benefits/ advantages for Indian customers to acquire this technology in the future. The views given in this article may be useful for the potential progress of flying cars in India.

How to cite this article:
Sharma V, Vashisht R. The Flying Cars - Potential benefits for India. J Adv Res Aero Space Sci 2020; 7(3&4): 4-5.


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