Roadworthy Folding Wing Aircraft
The idea to connect driving with flying dates back more than 100 years.
After Gustave Weisskopf's historic flight on August 14, 1901 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, he folded the wings of his plane and drove it home.
Two years later, the Wright brothers went to Kitty Hawk looking for wind
My idea is to use today's finest brains and technology to build a safe, reliable, low cost alternative to the helicopter used as ambulances for rural areas and third world countries.
Short take-off and landing capability, able to fold wings away for safe highway driving. Wings deploy while underway.
A team of talented designers is sought to build the prototype.