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Aerocar

Aerocar International's Aerocar (often called the Taylor Aerocar) was an American roadable aircraft, designed and built by Moulton Taylor in Longview, Washington, in 1949. Although six examples were built, the Aerocar never entered production.

Aero Caribbean Flight 883

Aero Caribbean Flight 883 was an international scheduled passenger flight from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to Havana, Cuba, via Santiago de Cuba.

Aero Caribbean

Aero Caribbean (Empresa Aerocaribbean SA) was an airline based in Vedado, Plaza de la RevoluciĂłn, Havana, Cuba.

Aerocar Mini-IMP

The Aerocar Mini-IMP (Independently Made Plane) is a light aircraft designed by Moulton Taylor and marketed for homebuilding by Aerocar International.

Aerocar 2000

The Aerocar 2000 was a proposed flying car under development in the early 2000s in the United States. The Aerocar 2000 was designed by Ed Sweeney, who was inspired by Moulton Taylor's Aerocar of the 1950s (and is the owner of the only still-flying example of this vehicle).

Aerocaribe

Aerocaribe was an airline based in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. It was a regional affiliate of Mexicana operating services under the Mexicana Inter banner and codeshares with its parent company.

Aerocar IMP

The Aerocar IMP (for Independently Made Plane) was an unconventional light aircraft designed by Moulton Taylor and marketed for homebuilding.

Aerocardal

Aerocardal is an airline based in Santiago, Chile. It operates international and domestic passenger charter services, as well as medical services.

Aerocar (disambiguation)

Aero Car or Aerocar may refer to:

Aerocar (1905 automobile)

The Aerocar was an American automobile built from 1905 to 1908 in Detroit, Michigan. Backed by Henry Ford's former partner, coal merchant Alexander Malcomson, the short-lived company offered an air-cooled 24 hp (18 kW) four-cylinder luxury car which sold for $2800.