DAVIS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/18/11 -- Moller International (OTCBB: MLER) ("The Company") is pleased to announce that they have scheduled a demonstration flight of its ethanol-fueled M400 Skycar volantor. This invitation-only media event is scheduled to take place on October 11, 2011 in Vacaville, CA. Over 250 members of the domestic and international press have already indicated an interest in attending this historic flight.
About Moller International
Moller International is a fully reporting public company (OTCBB: MLER) that developed and flight-tested a utility or recreational, two-passenger VTOL aircraft called the Neuera. This was followed by the development and initial flight-testing of a four-passenger VTOL aircraft called the Skycar®. The Skycar® has the potential to provide an airborne alternative to a significant portion of the miles now traveled by automobile. Both aircraft use the Company's Rotapower® rotary engine, designed specifically for applications requiring high power along with low weight, volume, hazardous emissions, fuel consumption and cost per horsepower.
The Skycar® and Neuera have 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."
Skycar®, Neuera and Rotapower® are trademarks of Moller International in the USA and other countries.
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