This may well be the world's first "practical" jetpack, according to the company. It can be flown either by a pilot or by remote control, and it's expected to be used initially by first responders or as a heavy lift unmanned air vehicle. Later, it will likely be introduced as a personal jetpack.
The jetpack, which has been in development for several years, can fly up to 18.6 miles or for 30 minutes, has a top airspeed of 46 miles an hour, and can fly up to 3,000 feet above sea level.
December 20, 2013 4:29 AM PST
Photo by: Martin Jetpack
| Caption by: Daniel Terdiman
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