Boeing bolstered its portfolio of unconventional pilotless aircraft last year by buying Aurora Flight Sciences. Its projects include a new flying taxi it is developing with Uber. (Aurora Flight Sciences)

Boeing bolstered its portfolio of unconventional pilotless aircraft last year by buying Aurora Flight Sciences. Its projects include a new flying taxi it is developing with Uber. (Aurora Flight Sciences)

Boeing gets ready to sell flying taxis in the next decade

“I think it will happen faster than any of us understand,” CEO Dennis Muilenburg says.

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