A team of radio-controlled aircraft enthusiasts called FliteTest decided to fly ... Ikea's Jokkmokk wooden chair. Moreover, it took only 6 hours to convert it into a flying model.
Of course, in terms of the complexity of development and creation, an RC plane cannot be compared with the Boeing-747, and yet such an unusual transformation is a small feat of craftsmen: making an ordinary chair fly is far from the most trivial task.
There are no known cases in the world of Ikea chairs flying, which makes the project absolutely unique - especially since it took off on the first try.
The only update that the device may need now is a more powerful engine, which it will need if, during the next flight, the pilot is already sitting on the chair.