除此之外，UBER还同Bell Helicopters、Aurora Flight Sciences、Pipistrel Aircraft、Embraer及Mooney协作，相互打造出车子及必需的基础设施建设。
UBER announced the market research report on this related flying vehicle in 2016. The corporate vision is to release the city service shared resources flying car, and can maintain vertical takeoff and landing.
In November 2018, UBER announced that it has cooperated with the US Army to develop a low-noise flying vehicle technology product, which is expected to be officially launched in 2023.
This rotor-propelled vehicle with vertical take-off capability and low noise will use pure electric power, with a single-charge cruising range of 97 kilometers, and a top speed of 322km/h. In the future, it will also adopt the unmanned way to improve convenience.
UBER may use the UBER flight car sharing service in the central business district of Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, within five years. The Australian government said it has already negotiated with UBER about flying taxis or sharing cars, including meeting the Australian government's flight vehicle regulations. With infrastructure and so on.
In recent years, UBER has been looking for cities that can formally meet the needs of flying car rentals, as well as regulations including weather, traffic regulations and environmental protection in operating areas, as well as helicopter airport licensing, etc., as well as the local grid. Real estate partners and the air traffic control environment of each country.
In addition, UBER collaborates with Bell Helicopters, Aurora Flight Sciences, Pipistrel Aircraft, Embraer and Mooney to create a car and the necessary infrastructure.