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Moller International M200G/E Neuera helicopter

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Picture M200G(E)_Neuera
General
Manufacturer Moller International
Type M200G/E Neuera
Introduced 1/1/2020
In production? No
Units produced 0
Price US $ 250,000.00
Dimensions
Overall Length 10 ft
Length 10 ft
Height 3 ft
Width 10 ft
   
   
Description Of all the VTOL machines, the Moller M200G is one of the most remarkable. First of all, it has the look of a flying saucer. Secondly, it uses eight ducted fans for lift and forward propulsion. The M200G always operates in ground effect, artificially limiting its service ceiling to no more than 10 feet. In this way, it is not a flying machine from a regulation point of view. Accordingly, a pilot’s licence is not required. The M200G is not intended for use in urban areas.

The M200G was designed by the Canadian aeronautics engineer Paul Moller, who was passionate about machines capable of vertical flight from childhood. In his youth, Moller started with a helicopter design, but was soon to discover that these machines were far too complicated and difficult to fly for his dream to come true. Instead, Moller envisaged a VTOL machine that started the evolution of the car into a flying machine.

The M200G was the first materialization of this dream. Moller has now been working for more than 40 years on his VTOL machines, but to date, none have been delivered yet (2012).

Moller is now working on the Skycar M400.
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Design features
  • In ground effect operation
  • On-board computer system
Description
Of all the VTOL machines, the Moller M200G is one of the most remarkable. First of all, it has the look of a flying saucer. Secondly, it uses eight ducted fans for lift and forward propulsion. The M200G always operates in ground effect, artificially limiting its service ceiling to no more than 10 feet. In this way, it is not a flying machine from a regulation point of view. Accordingly, a pilot’s licence is not required. The M200G is not intended for use in urban areas.

The M200G was designed by the Canadian aeronautics engineer Paul Moller, who was passionate about machines capable of vertical flight from childhood. In his youth, Moller started with a helicopter design, but was soon to discover that these machines were far too complicated and difficult to fly for his dream to come true. Instead, Moller envisaged a VTOL machine that started the evolution of the car into a flying machine.

The M200G was the first materialization of this dream. Moller has now been working for more than 40 years on his VTOL machines, but to date, none have been delivered yet (2012).

Moller is now working on the Skycar M400.
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Design features:
  • In ground effect operation
  • On-board computer system
Performance
Persons 2
Max. Range 100 mi
Cruise Speed 75 mph
Max. Speed 100 mph
Max. rate of Climb 0 ft/min
HOGE ceiling 10 ft
Service Ceiling 10 ft
Gross Weight 0 lb
Empty Weigt 0 lb
Useful Load 350 lb
Dynamic system
Fuel Capacity 0 gallons
Number of Engines 8
Engine Type Wankel
Engine Code Rotapower
Horse Power
Rotorhead
Number of rotorblades 0
Rotor Diameter 0 ft
Number of tail rotorblades 0
Tailrotor Diameter 0 ft
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