No. I'm all for a UBI, but this is too much. If you give people stuff for free, they're going to hoard and take advantage. Resources and energy are not infinite or free.
Self-driving cars are a luxury. They absolutely should not be free. Eventually they should be mandatory for road-going vehicles because of safety, but they should never be free. They consume massive amounts of energy. If people want cheap transport, it has to be done by train or ship. Even that cannot be free.
This is why the UBI makes sense: it allots a certain amount of resources (represented by money) to everyone as a baseline, in return for them being part of society (and also not acting against society, i.e. not being a criminal). This affords them a certain amount of freebies: namely a place to live and food (and also healthcare for necessities, that really should be free and separate from the UBI) and maybe a few nice things, but limited to a certain monthly "allowance". So they'll be able to afford maybe one concert a month (on the lawn or maybe back rows), or they can spend it on a few smoothies, or save it up for a year and get front-row tickets or a trip somewhere, etc. And if this paltry but functional standard of living isn't enough for them, they can go find a job, or try making crafts and selling them, etc., and make more money, or maybe try writing a book and then becoming a millionaire like JK Rowling (who used to be on welfare).
No, air travel is not a basic necessity, nor will it ever be. Air travel is highly energy-intensive. If it were free, the demand would skyrocket and we'd have far more jet fuel being burned than today, with terrible consequences.
The only thing that should be an actual freebie is healthcare. Healthy people don't need it much anyway (just a check-up), and healthier people are more productive anyway (so more likely to go get a job, or do something productive that results in more economic activity, which in turns pays for the UBI and free-healthcare system for everyone through taxes). Everything else needs to be rationed for the the freeloaders; we can afford to let them have a small amount (which they choose by how they spend their UBI check), but that's it. If they want more, they have to contribute more to the economy and earn more money.