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Peace and Blessings Family,
What is new in the world?
new york, new jersey, new haven, new brunswick......
Folks--who don't buy what the white haters are selling them--about ALL black people--worldwide!!
In California, behind google they are building a flying ( car ).
This is another one in Europe I like even better. Cost half of California's model.
You do need a basic small vehicle pilot license. And the great thing about gyrocopters is that despite a market that continues to grow exponentially it keeps a safety record comparable to that of large certificated aircraft. Even if your main engine fails the gyros always have enough forward momentum and energy
I want one...first one built and sold in 2014
PAL-V | Pal V
Published on Apr 1, 2012
This week the Dutch company PAL-V announced the first flights of its prototype "flying car".
This unique vehicle is called the PAL-V One, or the 'Personal Air and Land Vehicle', and It marks the start of a new era.
On the ground the vehicle drives like a sports car. Within minutes its rotor is unfolded and its tail is extended: then it is ready to take off thanks to the advanced gyrocopter technology.
With these successful test results it is proven that it is not only possible to build a flying car but also that it can be done within existing international rules for both flying and driving.
Having passed this important milestone the company is now inviting investors to join them in creating the future.
The next step will be the design of the first commercial production model of the PAL-V, and first deliveries are expected in 2014.
For 100 years people have dreamed of a flying car, and many attempts have been made to realize this dream, but now it has truly become a reality.
170 km/h (106mph)
0 – 100 km/h (0 – 60 mph):
< 10 sec
Est. fuel economy:
12 km/l (28mpg)
1200 km (750 miles)
Max. speed (VNE):
97 kts (180 km/h)
Min. speed for level flight:
27 kts (50 km/h)
165 m (540 ft)
30 m (100 ft)
Est fuel economy:
28 l/h (7,4 gph)
350-400 km (220-250 miles)
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