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MOLLER INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPS TWO NEW LIGHT-SPORT SKYCARS

DAVIS, Ca. January 30, 2012--Moller International, Inc. (MI) (OTC-QB: MLER), the developer of the Skycar® aircraft, the Rotapower® line of rotary engines and the Aerobot® line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) announced today the completion of the initial design phase for two new Skycars which may qualify under the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category.

DAVIS, Ca. January 30, 2012--Moller International, Inc. (MI) (OTC-QB: MLER), the developer of the Skycar® aircraft, the Rotapower® line of rotary engines and the Aerobot® line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) announced today the completion of the initial design phase for two new Skycars which may qualify under the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category.

As Moller International moves forward with joint venture plans in China and logistics planning for the M400X Skycar inaugural flight, Moller engineers continue to explore new product concepts.

The Company feels that the FAA’s introduction of the LSA category has opened up a remarkable opportunity to advance aviation in America. Producing aircraft in this category may be less costly and ultimately allow the Company to produce an aircraft that is less expensive and have lower operational costs. Furthermore, operators of aircraft in the LSA category are required to have a Sport Pilot certificate rather than the more difficult to obtain pilot’s license.

This development will definitely lower cost of its Skycars and the cost of their operation. Using the criteria set forth under the LSA category the Company embarked on a new design program that combined the previously demonstrated vertical take off and landing (VTOL) ability of its 4-passenger Skycar® with the requirements of this new category. “We are very excited about the immediate marketability of our two-passenger Skycar 200 LS, two-passenger Neuera and single-passenger Skycar 100 LS models once they are approved to operate under the LSA classification” said Dr. Paul Moller, President of Moller International.

"While it is not practical for the Skycar to hover for the length of time that a helicopter can in any one flight, it can easily perform other missions where the requirement for hover time is limited and where dash and cruise speed are critical. Our simple and effective method to achieve high-speed VTOL in a small, light weight aircraft have the potential to have very low initial, operating and maintenance costs,” says Bruce Calkins, Moller International’s General Manager. “Our Skycar 400 has huge potential in the personal transportation market, and we hope to bring the smaller, more affordable LS series on line quicker and easier. The characteristics of the LSA category certainly make this an attractive option."

About Moller International

Moller International has its origins in research carried out by Dr. Paul Moller when he tested a scale model of his VTOL capable aircraft in 1961. A full-size version of the earlier VTOL aircraft was demonstrated in 1965. In 1967, research was conducted with the specific purpose of developing vertical takeoff aircraft for the consumer market.
Today, Moller International (OTC-QB: MLER) is a fully reporting public company that has continued to develop a number of VTOL aircraft employing Rotapower® engines and stabilization systems. Products in development are the Skycar® 400, Neuera®, and newly designed 1- and 2-passenger models in the Skycar “LS” series intended to qualify as Light Sport Aircraft under the existing FAA LSA category. The Company also has other VTOL aircraft in development targeted at the military, public safety, commercial and consumer markets.

The Skycar® has been featured on a number of TV programs including CBS 60 Minutes, "Highway In the Sky", NBC's Today Show "Today's American Story", and History Channel's, "Greatest Movie Gadgets: Then and Now."

Safe Harbor Statement

Except for historic information contained in this release, the statements in this news release are forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, which may cause a company's actual results in the future to differ materially from forecasted results. These risks and uncertainties include, among other things, the company's ability to attract qualified management, raise sufficient capital to execute its business plan, and effectively compete against similar companies.

MOLLER INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPS TWO NEW LIGHT-SPORT SKYCARS2

DAVIS, Ca. January 30, 2012--Moller International, Inc. (MI) (OTC-QB: MLER), the developer of the Skycar® aircraft, the Rotapower® line of rotary engines and the Aerobot® line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) announced today the completion of the initial design phase for two new Skycars which may qualify under the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category.

DAVIS, Ca. January 30, 2012--Moller International, Inc. (MI) (OTC-QB: MLER), the developer of the Skycar® aircraft, the Rotapower® line of rotary engines and the Aerobot® line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) announced today the completion of the initial design phase for two new Skycars which may qualify under the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category.

As Moller International moves forward with joint venture plans in China and logistics planning for the M400X Skycar inaugural flight, Moller engineers continue to explore new product concepts.

The Company feels that the FAA’s introduction of the LSA category has opened up a remarkable opportunity to advance aviation in America. Producing aircraft in this category may be less costly and ultimately allow the Company to produce an aircraft that is less expensive and have lower operational costs. Furthermore, operators of aircraft in the LSA category are required to have a Sport Pilot certificate rather than the more difficult to obtain pilot’s license.

This development will definitely lower cost of its Skycars and the cost of their operation. Using the criteria set forth under the LSA category the Company embarked on a new design program that combined the previously demonstrated vertical take off and landing (VTOL) ability of its 4-passenger Skycar® with the requirements of this new category. “We are very excited about the immediate marketability of our two-passenger Skycar 200 LS, two-passenger Neuera and single-passenger Skycar 100 LS models once they are approved to operate under the LSA classification” said Dr. Paul Moller, President of Moller International.

"While it is not practical for the Skycar to hover for the length of time that a helicopter can in any one flight, it can easily perform other missions where the requirement for hover time is limited and where dash and cruise speed are critical. Our simple and effective method to achieve high-speed VTOL in a small, light weight aircraft have the potential to have very low initial, operating and maintenance costs,” says Bruce Calkins, Moller International’s General Manager. “Our Skycar 400 has huge potential in the personal transportation market, and we hope to bring the smaller, more affordable LS series on line quicker and easier. The characteristics of the LSA category certainly make this an attractive option."

About Moller International

Moller International has its origins in research carried out by Dr. Paul Moller when he tested a scale model of his VTOL capable aircraft in 1961. A full-size version of the earlier VTOL aircraft was demonstrated in 1965. In 1967, research was conducted with the specific purpose of developing vertical takeoff aircraft for the consumer market.
Today, Moller International (OTC-QB: MLER) is a fully reporting public company that has continued to develop a number of VTOL aircraft employing Rotapower® engines and stabilization systems. Products in development are the Skycar® 400, Neuera®, and newly designed 1- and 2-passenger models in the Skycar “LS” series intended to qualify as Light Sport Aircraft under the existing FAA LSA category. The Company also has other VTOL aircraft in development targeted at the military, public safety, commercial and consumer markets.

The Skycar® has been featured on a number of TV programs including CBS 60 Minutes, "Highway In the Sky", NBC's Today Show "Today's American Story", and History Channel's, "Greatest Movie Gadgets: Then and Now."

Safe Harbor Statement

Except for historic information contained in this release, the statements in this news release are forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, which may cause a company's actual results in the future to differ materially from forecasted results. These risks and uncertainties include, among other things, the company's ability to attract qualified management, raise sufficient capital to execute its business plan, and effectively compete against similar companies.

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MOLLER INTERNATIONAL SIGNS MOU TO BUILD SKYCARS IN CHINA

DAVIS, Ca. December 09, 2011--Moller International, Inc. (MI) (OTC-QB: MLER), the developer of the Skycar® aircraft, the Rotapower® line of rotary engines and the Aerobot® line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) announced today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a Joint Venture (JV) partner in China for the development, manufacturing, distribution and sales of its Skycar, Rotapower engine, and Aerobot products in the People’s Republic of China.
Under the provisions of the memorandum, MI will join a consortium consisting of a private company in China and representatives from a local Economic and Development Zone to form a JV in the People’s Republic of China.

The memorandum outlines the objectives of the JV, including the JV’s total investment for first, second and third installment funding for the Moller Skycar Project of 84.5 billion Rmb ($13.7 billion USD) and production plans with the goal of reaching 100,000 units per year by 2018.

MI is to contribute the use of its Intellectual Property (IP) to the JV including aircraft designs, Rotapower aviation engines, ducted fan designs, and its flight control system architecture and in return MI is receiving a seven-figure “up front” equity investment to be followed by a substantially larger investment in support of operations in the US. In addition the memorandum states that MI would receive 25% ownership in the newly formed JV, and a royalty on each unit produced and sold in China, although the amount of the royalty is yet to be determined.

The Joint Venture is to be responsible for financing the Skycar Project as well as building a number of related facilities in China, including an office complex, dormitory, 5-Star hotel, R&D, Leisure, Commercial and Marketing centers, a wind tunnel test facility, Rotapower engine production facility, and 5 showrooms for the JV’s products.

The Chinese company will assist with land allocations, adherence to government policies, licensing and administrative support for Government backed financing, grants, as well as general industry coordination and support.

“While we still have to complete a formal agreement, we are confident that this consortium’s intentions are clear…to become the world leader in Personal Airborne Transportation,” said Dr. Paul Moller. “Our unique blend of technology has created practical vertical take off and landing capable aircraft, which makes a shift to personal air travel possible.”

“We look forward to a partnership that can help MI achieve its long-term strategic objectives, particularly in the Asian markets,” said Bruce Calkins, MI’s General Manager. “This is a potentially historic shift for the Company and could be the first step along the long-sought path of making this new form of personal transportation a reality.”
Mike Shanley, MI’s Director of International Sales and Marketing, speaking from China said, “Our technology linked with China’s financial stability and rapidly expanding transport requirements make this the perfect time for this project.”
The formal agreement is expected to be completed by early January 2012.

About Moller International
Moller International has its origins in research carried out by Dr. Paul Moller when he tested a scale model of his VTOL capable aircraft in 1961. A full-size version of the earlier VTOL aircraft was demonstrated in 1965. In 1967, research was conducted with the specific purpose of developing vertical takeoff aircraft for the consumer market.
Today, Moller International (OTC-QB: MLER) is a fully reporting public company that has continued to develop a number of VTOL aircraft employing Rotapower® engines and stabilization systems. Products in development are the M400 Skycar®, Neuera®, and a newly designed 2-passenger model called the Skycar 200 LS intended to qualify as a Light Sport Aircraft under existing FAA categories. The Company also has other VTOL aircraft in development targeted at the military, public safety, commercial and consumer markets.
The Skycar® has been featured on a number of TV programs including CBS 60 Minutes, “Highway In the Sky”, NBC’s Today Show “Today's American Story", and History Channel’s, “Greatest Movie Gadgets: Then and Now.”
Safe Harbor Statement

Except for historic information contained in this release, the statements in this news release are forward-looking statements that are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, which may cause a company's actual results in the future to differ materially from forecasted results. These risks and uncertainties include, among other things, the company's ability to attract qualified management, raise sufficient capital to execute its business plan, and effectively compete against similar companies.

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