|Introduction||Multipurpose Landing Gear||Telescopic Wing||Interconnected Propeller Drive|
|Modular Fuselage||Simplicity of Operation||Aerodynamics||Design Verification|
|Specifications||Comparison to the Competition||Safety||Reliability|
|Market||Frequently Asked Questions||Conclusion||Patents|
The fuselage is constructed from sections that are bolted together. Two, four, six, and eight passenger aircraft can be made from all the same components except the passenger compartment. The longer aircraft has larger engines which counter balance the higher fuselage weight. The figure above shows the individual subassemblies with the standard and wide body (cargo) cabin and both the conventional and telescopic wing types.