If you make it to Dubai this summer, you might have the chance to catch a brand new type of self-driving vehicle. One that flies.At today’s World Government Summit, the head of the city’s Roads & Transportation Agency, Mattar al-Tayer, announced plans to introduce a passenger-carrying drone service. The one-person drones could be ferrying commuters between predetermined checkpoints by July; the agency showed off the vehicle at an event, according to an AP report. SEE ALSO: Uber hires veteran NASA engineer to develop flying cars”This is not only a model,” al-Tayer said. “We have actually experimented with this vehicle flying in Dubai’s skies.”The drone itself is the EHang 184, a Chinese-made all-electric drone that first debuted at CES 2016 and has also conducted flight tests in Las Vegas last summer. It’s a 500-pound personal aircraft, with room for one passenger weighing up to 100 kilograms (220 pounds) and a small suitcase in a separate compartment.