An interesting concept that we will probably never see in operation. Most civil aviation regulatory organizations will take a rather dim view of so many private copters taking flight. Current security concerns will most likely further delay introduction of such transport devices. Nice looking concept though. Oh, and don't you know various military types are taking a close look at this.
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2016) this week in Las Vegas, a Chinese company named EHang introduced the first publicly announced unmanned aircraft designed to carry a passenger. The company calls its Ehang 184 an Autonomous Aerial Vehicle, or AAV for short, and it is designed for short hops at low altitudes. #UAV #EHang
And the hypocrite of the year award goes to...Oleg. By the way, we would all love to know how you can afford to own an island home on your "official" state salary. I'm sure it would not have anything to do with kickbacks or bribes of any sort.