Saturday, 16 April 2005

Airscooter1I've often dreamed of having a small, lightweight helicopter-like vehicle to fly to and from work, and it looks like that is actually becoming a possibility in the near future with the AirScooter ultralight recreational vehicle.

So cool - hey, if the AirScooter people want or need someone to learn to fly one of those and then write all about it on their blog for marketing purposes, I'll gladly participate!

From the product's web site:

Question: When is the AirScooter going to be available?

Answer: The AirScooter II is currently undergoing the final testing phase on the AeroTwin Engine. The AirScooter II is expected to be available sometime in 2005, but no firm date has been determined at this time.

Question: What is the price for an AirScooter II?

Answer: No pricing will be available on the AirScooter II until after final product testing is complete and manufacturing plans are finalized.

Cool stuff - Video here (QuickTime) and more pictures here.

(found via Engadget)

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Tuesday, 31 October 2006 06:36:08 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I like this site, it offers plans for ultralight helicopters. I want to build the Adams-Wilson Hobbycopter (AW Choppy Plans) Their plans are pretty cheap.
Here is the link:
Build your own hombuilt Ulralight helicopter plans
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