Dutch firm chooses Gujarat to set up flying car manufacturing plant

By Our Reporter
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Netherlands based flying carmaker PAL-V (Personal Air Land Vehicle) has plans to set up a manufacturing plant in Gujarat and begin production by 2021. In fact, the company has already received orders for 110 flying cars which will be exported from India.

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has reportedly been signed between the state’s Principal Secretary MK Das and Carlo Maasbommel, Vice President- International Business Development Division, PAL-V. Reports are that the government would help the company in getting all necessary approvals required to setup the plant in Gujarat.

The Indian state was chosen for its “world class infrastructure and ease of doing business”, says the report. Moreover, the state also offers better commercial ports and logistic facilities which will help the company to export the cars manufactured in India to United Nations and other European nations.

The car can transform into flying vehicle within three minutes and can cover a distance of 500 km in a full tank. The flying car take speeds of up to 160 kmph on road and can fly at speeds of up to 180 kmph.

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