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  • Terrafugia is Latin for ` ` escape from the land. ''

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  • "Terrafugia" is Latin for "earth escape", and that's exactly what their Transition automobile promises to do.

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  • Thus, in 2005, along with two of his MIT aeronautics pals, they formed "Terrafugia" - a Latin merger of "land" and "to flee / fly."

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  • A small, privately held company called Terrafugia has recently gained FAA approval for its roadable aircraft (i.e., flying car), and new improvements to the vehicle's design bring it only about a year away from being available to customers, according to MSNBC.

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  • A small, privately held company called Terrafugia gained Federal Aviation Association approval earlier this year for its flying car, The Transition.

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  • A company called Terrafugia plans to deliver its car-plane, the Transition, to customers by the end of 2011.

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  • A small airplane-styled car called the Terrafugia, has been designed to be the next street-legal flying car that has cleared a Federal Aviation

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  • In the coming months the company, a Woburn-based startup called Terrafugia, will test the plane in a series of ever-longer flights and a variety of maneuvers to learn about its handling characteristics.

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  • a company called Terrafugia just successfully completed its first test run of a flying car, so maybe we will be commuting through the air in a decade or so.

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  • a start-up called Terrafugia, led by a gaggle of MIT types, unveiled plans to build an aviation novelty -- a flying car.

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