Medvedev admitted that private helicopters will be allowed over Moscow

    It turns out that Russian President Dmitry Medvedev also likes to dream. During a conversation with students of the National Research Technological University of MISiS, they talked about a project for the production of mass cheap helicopters worth from 70 thousand euros.



    According to the authors of the project, if the laws allow the use of helicopters in cities, many Russians may prefer a flying car, for example, instead of an expensive jeep.

    “For those who know how to fly, roads are not needed, it is, of course, a dream, but not completely crazy. It’s like a mobile phone replaced a landline at one time, ”said designer Vladimir Pirozhkov during the discussion.

    “The idea is very bright, because Russia may be the most helicopter country in the world,” President Medvedev agreed. - To start this project, of course, you need to try. But this doesn’t mean that we don’t need to dream, especially since, according to a well-known saying, the number of good roads in our country is not growing so fast, and the number of famous people is not so quickly decreasing, ”the president said.

    Medvedev also recalled that, according to today's laws, only he alone has the right to fly over Moscow by helicopter.

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