The $440,000 “Mk2” suit, which its founder claims will make personal flight “intuitive,” has two mini-jet engines on each arm and a larger one on the backpack.
The startup plans to turn the prototype into a commercial model by 2023.
The new racing drone could accelerate the development of the electric vertical takeoff and landing segment.
Jaunt Air Mobility says the Journey will have 175-mph cruise speed and be 65 percent quieter than a traditional helicopter, all with a silky-smooth ride.
The Vy 400R VTOL claims to have a top speed of 405 mph, range of 450 miles and the ability to do precise, vertical landings in the center of cities. Will it become the go-to aircraft for urban commuters?
The bird’s 400-mile, zero-emission range makes it especially interesting.
They’ll ferry you above traffic in an eco-friendly fashion.
XTI’s TriFan 600 VTOL aircraft, with business-class seating for four, should be ready for deliveries by 2023.
Phase II of the $2 million contest to create the best personal flying device is complete. Next up is the final Fly-Off.