> Patent granted in 1913. Most shipboard [fixed wing] aircraft had folding wings by the > late 1930's. I've worked in Naval Aviation for over 20 years. I know my shit, thank > you very much. > > car noun \ˈkär, dial also ˈkȯr, ˈkyär\ > > : a vehicle that has four wheels and an engine and that is used for carrying > passengers on roads > > > 1) 4 wheels > 2) carries passengers on ROADS > > give it up you bunch of twats.
Flying car may refer to:
Flying car (aircraft), an auto as popularized in either science fiction or fantasy, as a personal vehicle that would provide door-to-door aerial transportation
Roadable aircraft, real-world autos that can legally travel on roads and can also take off, fly, and land as certified aircraft
This article discusses flying cars in science fiction and fantasy; for real-world flying cars see Roadable aircraft. For similar uses, see Flying car.
A flying car is hypothetical personal aircraft that provides door-to-door aerial transportation (e.g., from home to work or to the supermarket) as conveniently as a car but without the requirement for roads, runways or other specially-prepared operating areas.