A Newer, Better Version of Mr. Rossy’s Fully Working Jetpack

9 Nov 2010  No Comments

Swiss pilot/inventor Yves “Jetman” Rossy used a new version of his jet-proppelled wing to fly for a total of 18 minutes. He also did a couple of loops around the hot air balloon that he jumped off from.

In 2008, he made a flight over the Alps with an older model, reaching an average speed of 200 km/h and a top descent speed of 304 km/h.

I wonder if this thing will hit the mainstream market anytime soon?

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