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Michael Müller, e-mail, 14.05.2024 21:25

Sure, but it is quite an interesting design even if flaved and not futureproof
I really like it ;)


Cecily SNT, e-mail, 11.05.2024 11:39

There were TWO engines, clearly noted.


GrahamClayton, e-mail, 25.04.2023 07:50

An airliner carrying its passengers in twin fuselages resembling railway carriages whilst housing its engines and pilots in a teeny car-shaped pod atop the single massive wing turned out not to be the way forward for future airliners :-)


DasPoetica, e-mail, 29.03.2011 22:36

Ken Kesey would have been proud, and the Merry Pranksters really could have flown!


A Ducruezet, e-mail, 06.02.2011 21:30

Clearly lacked the safety of having 2 or 3 engines instead of a single one. Could have been granted airworthiness certificate then ?




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