Air taxis are set to transport tourists to incredible 30 metre high landing towers in the middle of the wilderness, according to plans released by a leading design company. The structures will be powered by green energy and holiday makers will be flown to them in 'autonomous aerial vehicles'.
Tourists can then dine out in the spectacular restaurant at the top of the building, due to be built at a location in Italy, before taking a scenic flight back to their hotel. EHang Holdings, the company behind the unmanned aircrafts, has partnered up with Italian architects Giancarlo Zema Design Group to create the stunning eco-friendly 'vertiports'. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.