A prototype of what is billed by its makers as the world's first practical flying car took to the air 27 times in a series of test flights during the spring of 2009. The engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who built the Terrafugia Transition prefer to call their flying car a roa
Jim and Chris Milner, the father-son team behind the Milner AirCar, have their eyes on commutes of up to 1,000 miles. The four-door, four-seat roadable aircraft has a foldable main wing in the rear that slims down the vehicle to a street-legal 7 feet wide for trips to and from the nearest airport. O
The Parajet Sky Car flying over the Sahara desert. The launch of the world's first road legal, bio-fuelled flying car on it's maiden voyage from London to Timbuktu will take place January 14, 2009.