Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Flying car goes on display in UK, full certification expected in 2020

Inspired by nature, engineered by men and evolved over time, the PAL-V Liberty flying car will have its aviation debut at the Farnborough International Airshow this month. Between July 16 and 20 the PAL-V can be found in hall 4 at stand 4100. On July 21 and 22 the PAL-V will be in the static display area. It's the very first time that the PAL-V Liberty is present at an airshow and in the United Kingdom.

Over the past years, PAL-V concentrated all efforts on perfecting its design and setting up the production process and supply chain.

Robert Dingemanse, CEO of PAL-V, stated: "The production model is the moment of truth. The moment where the wall between fiction and facts is torn down. A production model is the last stage in the research & development process before starting full production and delivery. All certifications required for commercialization will be granted on the basis of this production model.”

The certification not only guarantees the safety of the flying car but also is the approval that the vehicle can be driven on the roads and flown in the air. Dingemanse said: "Once full certification is granted in 2020 we will hand over the keys of the PAL-V Liberty to our first customers."

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