所有這些問題都沒有答案，但是EASA(歐洲航空安全局)帶來了一些問題。目的是開始為“混合動力或電動起飛裝置”制定法律的大綱。請注意，EASA選擇僅保留帶電設備!然后提供兩種類別：第一類用于個人交通工具，第二類用于“ 飛行出租車 ”，僅允許在城市上空飛行以進行城市交通工具。所有“飛行員”所共有的制服和飛行時間的累積(如飛機)也在研究之中。
Driverless cars seem to be faster than policies and regulations, but for flying cars that are not suitable for all window frames, the situation is even worse. As everyone knows, the first step was to take the first step in the legal framework of the European Aviation Safety Agency canvassing.
Rapidly evolving technologies and industries are not uncommon, as are policymakers and laws of all parties, sometimes not even. If the legislative framework for autonomous vehicles still has a way to go before it is as sophisticated as a traditional car, the report is even worse for a flying car: how to make it fly? Which gear is allowed? Who is responsible for the problem? ?
All of these questions are unanswered, but EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) has brought some problems. The aim is to begin the development of a legal outline for "hybrid or electric take-off devices." Please note that EASA chooses to keep only live equipment! There are two categories available: the first is for personal transport and the second is for "flight taxis", which are only allowed to fly over the city for urban transport. The accumulation of uniforms and flight times common to all "pilots" (such as airplanes) is also under study.