Gaining altitude: Flying-car manufacturers race to be first

02/4/2009 | Metro (Canada)

At least three companies around the world are racing to put the first "flying car" into production -- and several are already taking orders. The Terrafugia Transition Roadable Aircraft, which hopes to deliver in 2010, will require both a driver's license and a pilot's license to operate. Meanwhile, developers of the Parajet Skycar say their vehicle has already taken to the air, while Moller International is testing a model capable of vertical takeoff and landing.

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