The problem with most airplanes is they require pilot's licenses and the problem with most hovercrafts is they can't float high enough to clear obstacles. Rudy Heeman solves both with the flying hovercraft. You will need a boat license.
The converted hovercraft can fly for up to 140 miles at 55 MPH and works best at about a 5-foot altitude since it operates in wing in ground effect just like an Ekranoplan. It's capable of carrying two people and power comes courtesy of a 1.8-liter Subaru boxer engine.