With the increase in the number of private jets, there is a threat of air pollution from exhaust emissions. But with flying machines like Orient glider, you don't have to worry about the delicate ecosystem, because it uses biofuels and solar energy, and its body is made of flax and polycarbonate.
The Oriens Glider Concept takes full advantage of nature: the hybrid engine is powered by solar energy from photovoltaic cells located on the wings of the device or special environmentally friendly fuel.
The transparent part of the Oriens is made of recyclable polycarbonate and the frame is made of pressed linen.
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