The World’s First Wearable Electric Jetpack
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Urban Mobility Showcase in the EAA Aviation Gateway Park
July 22-28, 2019
Pete Bitar has been dreaming about and working toward personal, VTOL flight for almost 40 years, starting as a 13-year-old in Portland, Oregon. Pete started out by saving his money to buy a “Space Ranger Jet Flying Platform” out of the back of a Popular Science magazine.
When Boeing announced the Go Fly Prize, EJA was already following on the 11 years of work on various gas-powered VTOL designs under sister company, AirBuoyant, LLC, in designing a new generation of all-electric, VTOL aircraft.
The excitement of the futuristic concepts of personal jetpacks, flying motorcycles, and electric flying taxis makes EJA believe this opportunity is something the world is ready for, and the opportunity for success is massive.
EJA is working hard to be the first to offer a personal electric jetpack to the market, and is in the process of patenting this aircraft type.
Electric Jet Aircraft is accepting refundable production line slot reservations now.
Refundable Deposit: $995
Final Payment: $19,500
VertiCycle is EJA’s entry (through its subsidiary, Electric JetBike) in the GoFly Prize, a $1 million Grand Prize and other sub-prizes for a single person, VTOL aircraft that can carry a 200 lb pilot for 30 minutes at 35 mph or more.
The VertiCycle has been tested minimally unmanned and we are in the process of optimizing components and readying for full testing in Q3, 2019. VertiCycle will also be EJA’s proof of concept for an all-electric flying taxi system, which will ultimately lead to the development of VertiCoupe and other platforms.
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