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Directory of resources and technologies relevant to Jetpacks as a sub-page of Directory:Flight.


Free Energy Blog:2015:11:11 - (Free Energy Blog November 11, 2015)

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Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine > Events:2013:October 22-24:Sterling Allan Visits Raphial Morgado to Make Aviation 2.0 Announcement - I've created a page to house the posting of the information related to my trip to see Raphial Morgado's proprietary designs pertaining to a pending story we'll be doing on "Aviation 2.0™". See the pre-splash story teaser info about his fuel atomizer, NASA award, self-sealing piston patent, Formula 1 drawing, shop tour, dynamometer lab. (PESWiki October 24, 2013)

Free Energy Blog:2013:09:30 (Free Energy Blog September 30, 2013)

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Directory:Flight > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Jet-Pack Flight at Grand Canyon - Amazing! - On May 7, 2011, Jetman achieved a beautiful and memorable flight in the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA... and here's the official souvenir video! Yves Rossy served as a fighter pilot in the Swiss Air Force, flying Dassault Mirage IIIs, Northrop F-5 Tiger IIs and Hawker Hunters. He flew Boeing 747s for Swissair. (Forbidden Knowledge TV August 30, 2011)
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Directory:Flight > Directory:Flight > It's 2010 - finally my jet pack is here! - Finally we can all take flight as Martin Aircraft in New Zealand releases the first commercially-available jet pack that provides 30 minutes of flight time! The Jetpack is constructed from carbon fiber composite, weighs 250 lbs and measures ~5 ft in girth. Driven by a 200 hp (150 kw) engine, it can reach ~8000 ft. (GizMag March 7, 2010)
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Jetpack Allows Solo Air Travel - A New Zealand company, Martin Aircraft, has unveiled a mini helicopter that can transport a passenger at a speed of 62mph for around 31 miles. A smaller version of the vehicle that travels at 6 mph is set up in a controlled outdoor space for people who want to try out the technology. The Jetpack costs around $150,000 USD and is only available in New Zealand. (Fox News Aug. 4, 2009)

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James Bond-style jetpack powered by high-pressure water invented - Designer Hermann Ramke's Jetlev-Flyer can power a rider to a height of 50 feet (15m), has a top speed of 30mph, and can travel almost 200 miles before it needs to be refuelled. Note: Nothing beats being tied to the end of a firehose. Includes video. (Slashdot) ( Feb. 17, 2009)

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Directory:Flight >Pilot postpones jetpack adventure - Yves Rossy, the "Fusionman", attempting to become the first person to fly solo across the English Channel using a single jet-propelled wing, has been delayed. (Videos) (BBC News Sept. 25, 2008) (Slashdot) Note: He made it! Swiss man flies over Channel on jet wing (Wired Sept 25, 2008)