Are you ready to take a ride with a flying taxi? Here is what will make you more excited, the startup fare of the flying taxi is the same as a normal taxi.

A German-based company introduced its electric air taxi prototype which conducted its first flight last May 2019 in Munich. The battery-powered jet can travel 300 kilometers (186 miles) per hour and will connect cities back and forth on a landing pad. Passengers are able to book rides from their nearest landing pad using a smartphone app.

Dallas and Los Angeles were the two cities that had the flying vehicle trials. Lots of cities around the world became possible choices for the third city trial, but Uber’s top pick is Melbourne, Australia. The trial flight will be from Westfield Shopping Center to Melbourne’s international airport. Normally, the travel time takes 25 minutes by a normal cab but will only take 10 minutes by a flying taxi.

Daniel Wiegand, a CEO said, “Today we are taking another huge step towards making urban air mobility a reality. We dream of a world where anyone can fly wherever they want, whenever they want.”

The German company hopes that travelers will be able to book the flying vehicle through the Uber app with the corresponding UberX’s fare. Gigantic firms including Uber (UBER), Boeing (BA), and Rolls Royce (RYCEF) are working on flying vehicles. Moreover, Uber is working together with NASA to generate air traffic of the fleet of flying taxis for its major commercial service in 2025.