In a company video showing it flying, it looks like a small helicopter but with four doubled propellers spinning parallel to the ground like other drones.The electric-powered drone can be fully charged in two hours, carry up to 220 pounds and fly for 23 minutes at sea level. The cabin fits one person and a small backpack and even has air conditioning and a reading light. With propellers folded up, it's designed to fit in a single parking spot. After setting a flight plan, passengers only need to give two commands, "take off" and "land," each controlled by a single click on a Microsoft Surface tablet, the company said.This development could be a step towards self-flying cars.

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