Electric airplanes could be future of delivery

ABC News’ Gio Benitez reports on UPS’ announcement regarding future electric cargo planes that won’t need airports, as they will take off and land vertically at distribution warehouses.

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31 thoughts on “Electric airplanes could be future of delivery

  1. Don't beilve a word of this, these aircraft are VERY noisy. There will be rotor slap from all 4 blade hubs, plus the HF noise coming from the blade tips. As they are small blades they will have to rotate faster than normal helicopter blades, the tips will be travelling at the speed of sound so you will get supersonic shock waves that can be heard for a long way away.

  2. And what they just magically find batteries? Still spew more toxins into the atmosphere manufacturing electric transportation than the ice.

  3. No is not stop lying to people …GUYS GO TO INTERNET AND CHECK HOW MUCH AIR TRAFFIC IS IN A COUNTRY SO DO YOU REALLY BELIVE THEY GOING TO RISK HAVING ONE OF THESE HACK AND HIT SOMETHING IS NOT SUPPOSED TO HIT CMON

  4. Pilots, sometimes, lose there luck in the middle of a cruse. Pilots, sometimes, fall from the sky and leave you with the blues. Flight ain’t magic, it’s more machinery, gravity grins when you hit the water.

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