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Flying Car Created in Russia
6.01.2009 17:15
Flying Car Created in Russia

Aircraft designer Alexander Begak from Pyatigorsk has constructed a landmark new airborne vehicle second to none in the world.
      The runflier Stalker, which is an advanced version of the earlier model Evolution looks like a four-wheeled car with wings that can be folded along the body of the vehicle.
      The designer states that in the air Stralker can make up to 200 kilometers per hour. The runflier does not need an airdrome it can take off from a limited runway. Without refuelling the flying car can cover the distance of one and a half thousand kilometers. The brand new vehicle weighs only 140 kg being made of superlight coal plastics and Kevlar.
      Alexander Begak, the chief designer of Skarabei Laboratory and ultralight aviation test pilot is a graduate of Moscow Aviation Institute. He has designed over 15 airborne vehicles.


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