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Flying car spreads its wings in Slovakia
by Tatiana Jancarikova
Agence France-Presse Translate This Article
19 January 2014
On 19 January 2014 Agence France-Presse reported:
Inspired by the books about flying by French authors Jules Verne and Antoine de Saint Exupery, Slovak designer and engineer Stefan Klein has been honing his flying machine since the early 1990s. His elegant blue-and-white vehicle for two is six metres (20 feet) long so it fits neatly in a parking space or a garage and tanks up at any filling station. But once it reaches an airport it can unfold its wings within seconds becoming a plane. Dubbed 'the world's prettiest and best-designed airborne automobile so far' by US aviation magazine Flying and Inhabitat.com design, an innovation website, the Aeromobil has the distinction of originating in Slovakia, the world's largest per-capita car producer.
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