Kittyhawk's plan to develop fully autonomous flying taxis has been grounded.
Kitty Hawk gives up on its Flyer single-seat multicopter
Kitty Hawk has dropped the Flyer to focus on faster, more powerful aircraft.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Google founder's flying car projects links up with Boeing
A flying car company started by one of Google's founders is partnering with Boeing.Sean Szymkowski
Kitty Hawk Flyer ready for production
As major cities continue to become more crowded, a number of firms, big and small, are in a race to deliver to the market small, low-noise aircraft that can be used to beat the traffic. One of these is America's Kitty Hawk, which on Thursday unveiled the production-ready version of its Flyer. Kitty...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Google founder Larry Page's flying taxi takes flight
Many companies have made a splash in the flying car or airborne taxi industry, which has only just begun to earn its wings (pun intended). Now it turns out Google founder Larry Page has been working on his own flying taxi, largely in secret and away from any press coverage. Apparently that means...Sean Szymkowski
Meet the Kitty Hawk Flyer, the flying car backed by Google founder Larry Page
No, this isn’t a late April Fools’ Day prank. A startup by the name of Kitty Hawk and backed by Google co-founder Larry Page has given us our first look at a flying car that’s in development and promised on the market by the end of 2017. Well, it’s not so much of a car but...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Some details have finally made their way online regarding Google founder Larry Page's ultra-secret startup, Zee.Aero, and they might surprise you: He's working on a flying car. Zee.Aero is entirely unrelated to Google, which Page is no longer running (he's still in charge of Google parent company Alphabet, though). Patent filings have revealed that Zee.Aero's project is a vehicle that can take off and land vertically—something like a Harrier Jump Jet except it would also be capable of driving on public roads. In some ways, what Page is after isn't far off of the drone taxis set to be...