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How many times have you found yourself stuck in a traffic jam and wondered, “I wish I could just fly to my destination at the other end of the city!”? Well, the day when this becomes a reality may not be too far away. Dubai city’s transport officials have claimed that as early as July this year, you will be able to travel via personal cabs which will fly you over the traffic and get your to your destination pilotless. These passenger drones manufactured by Chinese firm Ehang will be able to carry a single passenger with a suitcase and run for 30 minutes on one battery charge. With eight rotors, the drone can be trusted to be stable during flight. ALSO SEE 12 unbelievably spectacular aerial photos of Dubai that will blow your mind! Also Read - 'Rockstar' Delhi Police Constable Rajat Rathore Leaves Kartik Aaryan Smitten by Crooning 'Tera Yaar Hoon Main' Song From Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety

Fitted with advanced navigation technology, the passenger drones will be able to operate within 40 to 40 kilometres. A tablet fitted in the seat will let you enter your destination. They will be auto-piloted, directed and monitored via a remote Command centre. And the best part is that the drone has been tested in Dubai’s skies and is likely to be launched as early as July 2017, according to officials. This video by the Roads and Trasport Authority will give you a clear idea of what this flight to the future will look like. Also Read - Amitabh Bachchan Reveals Abhishek-Aishwarya's Wedding Connection With 43-Year-Old Gulmohar Tree at Prateeksha

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