You don't need a pilot's license to fly it, because you don't fly it.
It has preset routes and the passenger selects the intended destination. The vehicle will then start automatic operation, take off and cruise to the set destination before descending and landing in a specific spot. A ground-based centre will monitor and control the entire operation.
Transport Canada hasn't yet figured out how to certify and license such a ground-based centre. Even so, it's a moot question whether this aircraft is legal in any sense at all in Canada, because no ground-based centre has been built there yet.