Twinrotor PACKWINGs as part of a future modular air transportation system


Twinrotor PACKWINGs work with two vertical rotors in the wings of the basic module, which can be opened and closed by shutters assembled in flight direction to reduce drag when moving from vertical to horizontal flight and vice versa. 

Passenger cabins and cargo units are attached to the basic module by a system of claws and suspension struts, all together ten fixation points in the examples below.

The basic modules can be combined in several constellations by their geometry, using standardized connection & stability units.