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Uber planning third test city for UberAir

Uber has confirmed it has chosen five countries it thinks would fit its plans for flying cars.

As part of the ride-sharing company's UberAir ambitions, the company has officially announed it is planning a third test city for the initiative, following previous tests in Dallas and Los Angeles.

Australia, France, Brazil, India and Japan have been mentioned as potential sites, and the trials would see Uber running test flights to try out the technology, while working with local regulators to discuss how it can become a reality.

The company has promised a future where it will be possible to "push a button and get a flight".

It has revealed it's now working with city planners and regulators across the fie nations, and the world can expect an announceent of the third test ity within the next six months.

In Australia, Sydney and Melbourne are being considered, along with Paris and Tokyo if France or Japan is selected.

Brazilian city Rio de Janeiro and the state of Sao Paulo were also named in the announcement, as were Indian cities Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore.

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