600 kg batteries instead of 150.000 litres of kerosene

Air travel is now considered the most damaging transport sector for the climate in general. According to the European Environment Agency (EEA) auto and air traffic contribute 21% to the production of greenhouse gases worldwide. In the EU countries alone, between 1990 and 2003, air traffic has increased by 96%. Just to illustrate: A single four turbines Jet of 400-tones (with an average of 220 passengers) on a flight from Toronto to Frankfurt consumes around 150.000 litres of fuel. At the same time we know that air traffic will continue to grow, we also know that dry fossil fuels will exhaust (also daily we are informed in details that the poles are melting away). We also know that the aviation industry (as well as the entire politic on this planet) is neither interested in a climate reform nor has any interest in energy savings.
The flying discus will revolutionize the civil aviation, firstly through native energy recovery: No need for kerosene, no pollution – and secondly, through system multi-functions: Therefore the flying discus is much lighter than traditional aircrafts (about 90% less weight than conventional aircrafts), very fast and agile, much safer and silent – flying in harmony with nature. In comparison to others, the 42-meter discus has a total weight of 40 tones (including 208 passengers and energy) – the batteries weigh just about 600 kg (through the centrifugal force they are “always full”) and the discus consumes kerosene of 0.0 litres – not even one drop of kerosene …
Wolfgang Rainer Fuchs


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