Uber Chief Product Officer Jeff Holden announced during the Web Summit in Portugal that Los Angeles and Dallas will be the first two cities to try out Uber’s flying vehicles. Holden predicts that LA locals will likely be making “heavy use” of UberAir during the 2028 Los Angeles Summer Olympics. Technology will allow LA residents to literally fly over the city’s historically bad traffic. Holden is expecting to provide 10,000 Uber flights per day. NASA has signed an agreement with the company toproduce a specialized air traffic control network to prevent mid-air accidents. UberAir from LA International Airport to the downtown Staples Center, normally typically an hour and 20 minutes ride, but only 27 minutes in a flying car. Uber will be strategic in forcing legal and physical changes, in airspace management technologies,” Holden said.