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Moller International has developed the first and only feasible and affordable personal vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles.
Commuter & Military Solutions
The Skycar family of vehicles include versions for 2, 4, or 6 persons. Capable of vertical take-off and landing similar to a helicopter, and flies from point of departure to destination much like an airplane. The Skycar has been designed to also travel at low speed for short distances on the ground like an automobile. It has fold-up wings which make it narrow enough to be usable on roadways. All this and, incredibly, it's easy to fly!
Recreation & Rescue Solutions
The multi-purpose Neuera can operate up to 400 feet above any surface: land, water, sand, snow, swamp or grasslands. It can be used like other recreational vehicles, combining the capabilities of a boat, hovercraft, ATV, snowmobile or other off-road vehicles. The Neuera will be manufactured as a 2 person recreational vehicle. For rescue and emergency services, a 4 person version with design enhancements will also be manufactured under the product name Firefly®
Light & Powerful Engines
The secret to the power, safety and fuel economy of all Moller aircraft is the Rotapower rotary engine. Freedom Motor's Rotapower engine has a high power to weight ratio (3:1), only two moving parts and almost no vibration under operation. The engines have a life time expectancy 10,000+ hours between major overahauls. With multiple engines onboard, Moller aircraft are designed to fly even in the unlikely event of an engine failure.
The annual joint stockholder’s meeting for MI and FM was held on December 10, 2016 at 10:00am in our new facility at 1855 North 1st St. in Dixon, CA. Approximately 70 shareholders were in attendance. The power point presentation made at that meeting can be found on our website or by clicking here.
The combined FM and MI annual stockholders meeting will take place at 10:00am on December 10, 2016. The meeting will be held at the new MI and FM facility located at 1855 North 1st Street in Dixon, CA.
Link to Meeting Materials
Management has concluded that MI is unlikely to raise the amount of capital required to bring one or more of its various volantor aircraft through FAA approval and into volume production. As a result, MI has discussions underway with a number of potential joint venture partners. MI expects that it will be in a position to announce the result of these negotiations by its annual meeting. MI’s goal is to ensure that a JV partner has sufficient financial strength to bring one or more volantor aircraft to market, and is talking to companies with this capability.
Link to PDF Version of Oct 2016 Newsletter
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