Today, in many cities there are five to ten percent more cars than the road network can handle. The result is constant traffic jams and the so-called rush hour extends to several hours. Our scenario is as follows: if the traffic that is already too much today could be shifted into the air, everyone will benefit: car drivers and passengers alike will reach their destinations faster. In addition, the environment will benefit because light and quiet air vehicles now take over and no additional roads need to be built. As a solution ropeways are already being discussed in many major cities. They have the advantage of requiring little space on the ground. VTOL services are basically cable cars without a rope, but with propellers. Politics in Europe aims at a large scale push back on inner city car traffic in favor of ecologically compatible solutions. So VTOL services can also be part of public transport and operated by cities.