The world's first edible aeroplane?

Andrew Healey's picture

A friend got in touch to brief me on his firm's Pouncer concept; a means of accurately delivering aid via small, single-use aircraft that have a life after they crash land. The craft is built from materials that can be used for shelter or burnt for warmth or cooking. Future variants could even be manufactured from edible components such as compressed flour, dry pasta or extruded vegetable matter.

We thought Pouncer would look great in Aerospace magazine's Radome spread and so it proved.

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