The Synergy Aircraft Reduces Gas Use and Flies Just as Fast

By: Kevin Young - Published: • References: synergyaircraft & bornrich
John McGinnis is the man behind the Synergy Aircraft, an airplane that uses only 10% of gas used in a jet.

Flying has always been more expensive compared to driving, but the Synergy Aircraft can offer flyers a cheaper way to fly high while going at the same speed. The fascinating technology incorporated in this aircraft allows fuel efficiency to run 40 mph per gallon with seats that accommodate up to five people. The Synergy Aircraft designers claim that the plane can provide better fuel economy by ten times when comparing to a small jet.

The exterior design is not all for looks, as it is built to use aerodynamic technology that fuels the plane with speed and adaptability. Stats for Fuel-Efficient Airplanes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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