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Flying cars? Boeing, Porsche are talking about them

bizjournals Friday, 11 October 2019
The Boeing Co. has partnered with Porsche to study the potential for flying luxury sports cars.  Boeing (NYSE: BA) and the automaker said Thursday that they have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaboratively explore “premium personal urban air mobility vehicles” that includes the creation of an international team between the two companies on the project.  "This collaboration builds on our efforts to develop a safe and efficient new mobility ecosystem, and provides an opportunity…
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