HISTORY OF THE FALCON™ CHAIR

 

THE NUMBERS

  • 10 Passports

  • 153 Countries

  • 5 ½ Million Air Miles

  • 62 Years of Air Travel

THE EXPERIENCE

  • From single engine propeller planes over Africa and South America in the 1960s to the supersonic Concorde from Europe to the U.S.A and expedition ships to Antarctica - experience was gained to produce the Falcon™ chair to meet the need of wheelchair travelers who want to travel by land, sea and air.

  • The concept of interlocking chair parts began with childhood tinker toys and is still popular, allowing for assembly without the need of tools or nuts or bolts. Space age rocketry technology has been applied.

 

THE NAME FALCON

  • The “Falcon™” name represents the fastest bird in the world. Found on all continents except Antarctica, the Falcon has  the ability to successfully hunt on land, or sea or in the air. The Falcon symbol represents the highest Egyptian god for 5,000 years.