The mysterious person in a jetpack has been spotted, once again, at Los Angeles International Airport.
Air traffic controllers have to deal with enough stress at work without throwing a ‘person’ with a jetpack into the mix.
Dubai’s Jetmen made history with a jetpack that has made autonomous human flight possible, for the first time.
A smart chap in England has created an engine-powered jet suit that can bring all your Iron Man dreams to life. The cost, however, is less awesome.
Australians in London have never really been too good at blending in, and now you can add jetpack enthusiast David Mayman’s name to that list.
It was business as usual in the Irish capital this week, except for one chap who casually flew through town using a jetpack.
That’s right. After telling us that personal jetpacks were ‘around the corner’ since our youth, whoever is in charge of this stuff has finally pulled finger and it looks like hipsters will be flying around Woodstock in no time..
Jetpack received a flying permit which means test flights can begin and the flying machine could be in stores soon. And yes it has been designed for the general public, but with a hefty price tag
Wired was invited to Oshkosh, Wisconsin to witness the flying man. Yves Rossy, a former Swiss Air Force pilot, is known as the Jetman. Click through to see him fly.
Look at this list of amazing gadgets that can get you up and moving like Iron Man.