This question: Could a helicopter fly like a plane this way? asks if a helicopter can turn sideways using additional wings to tip forward to allow the rotor blades to act as a propeller. The tail-setter and other types of planes came up as answers. Similar to the tile Setter their first function of this aircraft would it be to hover then to fly as a plane.
Would this model helicopter with a body shaped of a flying wing be able to fly at a 90 degree angle and at a 90 degree twist transferring lift from the rotor blades to the body?
I have sketched out a picture below on how on might and apologize for imperfections. The body could be longer to create more wing span.
The pilot would need a special seat or controls to adjust for tilt but they would enter it like a normal helicopter. Could this model fly, keep maneuverability and feel of a helicopter foremost?
The pilot would only need to dive Rotor head first to allow the body to serve as a wing.