Unlike the other VTOLs presented here—including Cora, the air taxi that California-based Kitty Hawk is developing—the all-electric Flyer really isn’t intended to serve any practical purpose. You fly it for fun. Described by Kitty Hawk as a “personal flying vehicle,” it’s designed to travel over water or uncongested areas at a height of no more than 10 feet and a speed of 20 mph for 12 to 20 minutes—depending on the weight of the pilot, wind conditions, and how fast you’re flying. It’s powered by 10 independent lift fans. The Flyer will have an Ultralight classification from the Federal Aviation Administration (which means you can’t fly it over congested areas), so you won’t need a pilot’s license, though the company highly recommends flight training before you take it for a spin.