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An aircar from Zeta-Atez.

An aircar, grav-car, skycar or antigrav flyer was a small flying vehicle used for travel across relatively short distances on a planet. They often flew using antigravity technology.

Aircars of various types were employed on many planets, including Ferenginar, Betazed, Qo'noS and on Orion Colonies. (DS9 novel: Ferenginar: Satisfaction is Not Guaranteed; TNG - Slings and Arrows eBook: The Insolence of Office; KE novel: A Burning House; FASA RPG modules: The Orions: Book of Common Knowledge, Orion Ruse)

The Yivoq was a type of Klingon aircar (KE novel: A Burning House).

Orion aircars of the 23rd century generally used Federation-made antigravity units (FASA RPG module: The Orions: Book of Common Knowledge). On Daros IV, however, aircars could have Klingon components. One design had a top speed of 160 kilometers per hour, a pressurized cabin for flying over tall mountains, and could carry 10 passengers. Others were smaller six-seaters, and were mostly automated. (FASA RPG module: Orion Ruse)

Flyers were widely used for civilian and military transport on the planet Treva. They were lifted by antigravs and controlled by onboard computers, but lacked inertial control. They came in a wide variety of designs, ranging from small, fast, and versatile civilian models to armed military models such as troop carriers, fighters, and heavily-armed versions. (TNG novel: Survivors)

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