Flying Car

Flying car may refer to:

Aeronautical:

  • Flying car (aircraft), an automobile that can legally travel on roads and can take off, fly, and land as an aircraft
  • Flying car (fiction), a car that can be flown in much the same manner as a road car may be driven
  • Personal air vehicle, a flying craft that can hypothetically be used as commonly and conveniently as a car
  • Hovercar, a fictional automobile similar to hovercraft vehicles

Non-aeronautical:

  • Fly-car, a rapid response medical assistance vehicle
  • The Flying Car, a short film written and directed by Kevin Smith


Other articles related to "flying car, car, cars":

Haynes Aero Skyblazer - Development
... The concept of a flying car is a vehicle that has the capacity to drive on public roads and also to fly ... In "car mode", the wings fold completely into the body of the vehicle, which will fit into a single car garage and regular parking space ... falls into the category of an "Integrated" vehicle, which is one of the two viable flying car concepts ...
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (film) - Plot
... television, rat birds, hair unbalder and the flying car ... Flint gains self-confidence and places the kill code in a USB flash drive and invents the Flying Car 2 ... In the chaos, Flint loses the kill code when the flash drive flies out of the Flying Car 2 ...
Zoombezi Bay - Attractions - Old Wyandot Lake Attractions
... Dune Buggies Hampton "Combo" Circular Hampton car ride with two sets of motorcycles ... Cod Cars Allan Herschell "Midge-O-Racer" A car ride where riders would go in a circle, but be able to change the position (radius) of their path by turning the steering wheel ... unknown-2006 Part of "Kiddie Land." Replaced the old circular car ride ...

Famous quotes containing the words car and/or flying:

    Fifty years from now, it will not matter what kind of car you drove, what kind of house you lived in, how much you had in your bank account, or what your clothes looked like, But the world may be a little better because you were important in the life of a child.
    —Anonymous. Quoted in The Winning Family, by Louise Hart, ch. 1 (1987)

    It is a happy thing that there is no royal road to poetry. The world should know by this time that one cannot reach Parnassus except by flying thither.
    Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–1889)