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Google founder Larry Page has invested over $100 million in two start-ups that are seeking to build flying cars, Bloomberg Businessweek reported on Thursday. Page’s plan to disrupt two industries— aviation and automotive—is far more radical than Google holding company Alphabet’s work on driverless cars, and also promises to solve pressing problems people face currently in getting around by cars and by planes.

One of the companies, Zee.Aero set up shop three years ago next to the Google HQ in Mountain View, California, and has since grown to be a 150-member team, the magazine reported. It even as a hangar at Hollister, from “where a pair of prototype aircraft takes regular test flights,” Businessweek said.

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