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Cars traveling from London to Paris may be a regular sight in the sky from next year

AirCar, which transforms from a four-wheeled engine into a stylish aircraft in two minutes, has passed rigorous safety tests with flying colors and could be launched next year.

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Obtaining an official airworthiness certificate for the flying car

a futuristic flying car I have been given the green light to fly in the sky.

AirCar, which transforms from a four-wheeled engine into a stylish aircraft in two minutes, has passed rigorous safety tests with flying colours.

It has been awarded an official certificate of airworthiness by the Slovak Transport Authority in European Aviation Safety Agency compliant tests, which means it can be flown in EU countries.

And there are plans to make it an ordinary sight in the sky for Flights from London to Parisallowing the pilot and passenger to roll off the runway and onto the road.

AirCar has been approved to take to the skies
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Developed by the Slovakian company Klein Vision, it took eight skilled professionals more than 100,000 hours to turn AirCar’s design drawings into reality.

The vehicle completed 70 hours of flight tests with 200 take-offs and landings approved by the authorities.

There are plans to make it a regular sight in the sky for flights from London to Paris
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www.klein-vision.com/press)

It will now go into production with a launch expected within a year, although there is no price yet for the dual-mode vehicle.

The exciting footage shows it soaring through the air and then descending and hitting the road like a sports car with a huge spoiler at the back.

The exciting footage shows it flying through the air and then landing and hitting the road
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The two-seater AirCar has a single propeller, uses a BMW engine and can reach altitudes of 8000 feet and speeds of up to 100mph.

Inventor and test pilot Professor Stefan Klein said: “AirCar certification opens the door to mass production of highly efficient flying cars.

Inventor Professor Stefan Klein and co-founder Anton Zajak
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« It’s an official and final confirmation of our ability to change medium-distance travel forever. »

Anton Zajak, co-founder of the project added: “AirCar is expanding that frontier, by taking us to the next dimension, where the road meets the sky. We have plans to fly to London from Paris in the near future.”

The two-seater AirCar has one fan
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www.klein-vision.com/press)

The Slovak Transport Authority said the road-go vehicle had undergone rigorous testing with safety at the core of the checks.

Its director, Rene Molnar, said: “Transport safety is our top priority.

It defines a new class of sporty and dependable flying cars. Her testimony was a challenging and fascinating task at the same time.”

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