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SKYWAY TO HEAVEN | Incredible FLYING car set to create Back To The Future-style roads in the sky


A UNIQUE flying car could pave the way for roads in the sky.


The US government approved an amazing flying car which could make Back to the Future-style highways a reality.


California company Alef Aeronautics claims their model A car not only can drive on roads, but also take off to avoid traffic jams.


And now the company has announced the FAA issued a Special Airworthiness Certification for the futuristic vehicle - which means they could take to the skies soon.


The airworthiness certification could pave the way for other flying cars to enter the market soon.

Jim Dukhovny, CEO of Alef, said: "We're excited to receive this certification from the FAA.


"It allows us to move closer to bringing people an environmentally friendly and faster commute, saving individuals and companies hours each week.

"This is a one small step for planes, one giant step for cars."


Since emerging in October 2022, Alef has unveiled two full-sized sports car models along with two working full-size technology demonstrator cars - and have been flooded with pre-orders.



The company claim the flying car is 100% electric, drivable on public roads and has vertical takeoff and landing capabilities.


f a driver is stuck in traffic, they can utilise the flying capabilities - flying above traffic jams "until a desired destination is reached".




A poll of 1,000 children aged 6-10 found that 72 per cent named self-charging electric cars as an invention they’d like to see, while 51 per cent would like flying cars.


The study, commissioned by Hyundai, also found that nearly one in five (17 per cent) want to go to space via public transport.


Children also clearly want to go about their travels unnoticed, as an invisibility machine also made the wish list.


65 per cent of children think technology can make the world a better place, for making and building things (59 per cent) and learning (56 per cent).

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