Klein Vision AirCar Flying Car Certificate of Airworthiness Slovakia
Klein Vision’s AirCar, the dual-mode flying car, has been issued an official Certificate of Airworthiness by the Slovak Transport Authority. To achieve this, the company comleted 70 hours of rigorous flight testing compatible with European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) standards, including over 200 takeoffs and landings. The production model is capable of achieving a top speed of over 186 mph and range of 621-miles. Read more for a video and additional information.

These were not basic flight tests, but rather rigorous ones that included a full range performance maneuvers to demonstrate dynamic stability in aircraft mode. The takeoff and landing procedures were achieved near autonomously, without the pilot even having to touch the flight controls. This 2,204-pound prototype has a 2-seat design and dual-mode operation, powered by a 1.6L BMW engine that helped it achieve the crucial certification milestone.

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Klein Vision AirCar Flying Car Certificate of Airworthiness Slovakia

AirCar certification opens the door for mass production of very efficient flying cars. It is official and the final confirmation of our ability to change mid-distance travel forever. 50 years ago, the car was the epitome of freedom. AirCar expands those frontiers, by taking us into the next dimension; where road meets sky,” said Professor Stefan Klein, the inventor, leader of the development team and the test pilot.

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