“Hair cutting machine” to be developed by private company

BEIJING — The first “flying machine” could be on the market within five years, a Chinese-based aerospace company said Monday.

The unmanned aircraft would be used for hair cutting, air transport and military applications.

The company’s company spokesman, Jiang Zhang, said the device would cost $30,000 to $40,000.

The device could be a part of China’s growing military-to-military ties with the U.S., he said.

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