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Flying cars, jetsuits and air taxis: Here are some of the novel ways we got around in 2021

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COVID hasn’t stopped engineers, planners or space explorers from using their imagination to push the boundaries of how we can transport ourselves.

Added on the 27/12/2021 15:00:58 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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