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In Oshkosh, Wisconsin, The Experimental Aircraft Association’s annual convention takes place this week.

They will be showing off what may become the future of air travel.

Blackfly is made by a company named Opener, Inc.

 

 

It’s a vertical take-off and landing aircraft.

The pilot won’t need a traditional pilot’s license and it’s fully electric.

There’s also the Switchblade, which is made by Samson Sky.

Founder and designer Sam Bousfield calls it a “flying sports car.”

This can go 100 MPH on the ground and 190 MPH flying.

He says it will cost around $150,000.