The designer emphasizes the use of aircars for those who travel a lot on business.
"An aircar will more than pay for itself for business use, and I think that almost any business operator would
also take advantage of an aircar for driving and flying pleasure. Another advantage of the aircar, particularly a four-wheeled automobile type, is the added braking capability. For the Magic Dragon, this not only shortens the landing roll-out, but it also shortens the calculated take-off roll for an aborted take-off. Not much is being said about this in most of the roadable discussions. Likewise, not much is said about soft-field performance. I was asked if a Dragon could use turf. I answered that it would likely be suitable for any strip where one could drive at 70 mph."
"Airport and road congestion seem to come up often when I give presentations. At a recent meeting, I pointed out that concerns about traffic control for thousands of aircars are highly over-rated. As an example, if one takes the U.S. population, and compares it to my local area, that makes up two-tenths of one percent of the US population. It implies that there may be four aircars over an area of 1,000 square miles."