Uber is not done surprising us just yet! If reports are to be believed Uber will soon be launching Uber Air, the flying taxis in the Indian cities – Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore to rescue the people of the city from the wrath of extreme traffic conditions.
While Melbourne, Australia is the first place that is set to host Uber Air, Uber has got its eyes set on India to be the next market and will have the trials of these aerial cabs in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore start by next year .
If things go as planned, Uber will have the new service launched by 2023 in the country. The company has also had a few round of meetings and discussions with the Aviation authorises in India.
Uber believes that taking an ‘Uber Air’ will prove to be more efficient as well as affordable as compared to it’s on-road counterpart. They believe that on a daily basis it will be more convenient economically and otherwise, to fly rather than drive.
Earlier this year Uber had introduced ‘ScUber’ in Australia, which is an underwater rideshare service that promises an unfiltered 180-degree view of Australia’s prominent World Heritage Site, The Great Barrier Reef.
With Uber Air, the company will not only enter the aviation industry but will take its level one notch higher.