The capability of the «carpet» («Magic carpet») Vortical Lift-Propellent System arrangement of the groups allows to apply them to modification of the commercial planes with conventional take-off and landing (CTOL) in a transport plane of vertical take-off (VTOL) (Fig.10).

Fig. Transformation a commercial CTOL in VTOL

The air goes to the vortical lift-propellent modules 1, located on the area 2 under a floor of a passanger cabin through lateral air intakes 3, and the rejected jets expire through adjustable leafs 4. As the power plant hyperflywheels 5, located inside a cabin, or steam-gas turbines in the unified unit with the vortical lift devices were considered. In the latter case the whole lifting part is placed under a floor of a cabin. Width of a fuselage thus is slightly increased, however the transport plane receives in essence new Quality-Vertical Take-off.

The vortical jets flowing out practically from under the whole bottom surface of a broad fuselage, as it is visible on Fig.10-C, are reflected from a reference surface and create a cross-sectional circulation of air flows. New cross-sectional vortexes are essentially here formed which execute a function of an air cushion, essentially reducing a required thrust for vertical take-off. Moreover, using the given appearance, such plane it is possible to maintain in modes short or considered in the previous section of Quasi-Vertical Take-off. It allows to increase a commercial load that in addition increases its economic characteristics, approximating them to similar to parameters of a plane of conventional take-off. The self-flight landing gear usually calculated on a high landing loads in this case addresses in light sliding wheels similar considered above at light plane. Such landing gear in main are used for small movings of a plane within the limits of airport.

The further modification an obtained the Commercial VTOL should concern to its exterior and bodies of horizontal control as presence onboard an aircraft of a power Hyperflywheel allows to pass to a system of Internal Stabilization rather a gyroscopic plane the latter. A developed tail and ailerons is not in this case required and the fuselage, with the purpose of decreasing resistance of friction, can be made more short and broad taking the form a flying wing. A provisional kind such the Commercial VTOL in the plan is shown by a dotted line on Fig.10. Hereinafter will be shown that this form is optimum also for a Re-usable Aerospace Module with a level position of a hull at vertical take-off and restored of energy at controlled descent.