Fly Your Way With Martin Aircraft Jetpack

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Martin Jetpack

Nothing irritates more than to be stuck in a traffic jam at 8 in the morning. Only if You could be Superman.

Martin Aircraft Company has been working tirelessly to make this dream fly right into your garage for the past 35 years. After regular modifications and 1000’s of hours of flight testing, the engineers at Martin have purpose-built this machine for the rugged search and rescue operations.

The Jetpack was shown off at the recently held Paris Air Show. It has over 30 minutes of flight capability, reaching a maximum speed of 74 km/hr and an altitude up to 3000 ft.

The main idea that was kept in mind while designing the Jetpack was the rapid effective response with safety and easy navigation. For any contingency, it is equipped with a ballistic parachute system that can safely recover the aircraft from a few meters above the ground.

The Martin Jetpack is a disruptive technology, much like the helicopter was when first developed. It could be flown either by a pilot or via remote control. The best thing about Martin’s Jetpack is that it doesn’t require any runway strip or a spacious platform; so basically every flat ground is kind of a helipad. It does a vertical take-off and landing. Because of its small dimensions, it can operate in confined spaces such as close to or between buildings, near trees or in confined areas that other VTOL aircraft such as helicopters cannot access. The Jetpack can carry a human or any payload.

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It does a vertical take-off and landing. Because of its small dimensions, it can operate in confined spaces such as close to or between buildings, near trees or in confined areas that other VTOL aircraft such as helicopters cannot access. The Jetpack can carry a human or any payload up to 120 kgs.

The Martin Jetpack has already found its appreciators worldwide. The machine is touted as the most successful inclusion in the responder community.

Martin Aircraft’s has now started working on the commercial Jetpacks and will soon be available for the leisure and personal use.

Are you ready to Fly?? Let us know in comments below

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Aashish Sharma

Aashish Sharma

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