Showing posts with the label #new aviation technology

Ready For JetPack's Flying Motorcyle?

  Speeder Closes in on FAA Certification                                                                                      Source:  JetPack Aviation New Way to Commute Above Traffic Jams   California-based JetPack Aviation, maker of JetPack personal flying gear, has developed the world's 1st flying motorcycle that's moving toward FAA certification.  Here are the pertinent facts: One of the world's smallest personal flying aircraft that uniquely operates as a flying street bike  Flies on 8 small, but very powerful jet engines Range of 30 minutes Cruising speed for personal use at 60 mph Seeking & working with FAA for an airworthiness certificate for experimental aircraft VTOL technology (Vertical Takeoff and Landing) Now undergoing operational testing in Ventura, CA Provides autonomous takeoffs and landings Operates on fly by wire technology like a fighter jet Very simple operating controls on the handgrip for takeoff, landing, speed and climbing Internal flight contr

New, Ingenious, Multipurpose eVTOL - Unique

  Mad Bat eVTOL by Rumanian Razvan Sabie                                        Source:  Razvan Sabie Highly Advanced Aviation Technology Mad Bat is one of the world's most unusual and unique electric flying machines.  The Mad Bat eVTOL is an all-electric, vertical takeoff and landing design prototype created by famous Rumanian aviation designer Razvan Sabie.  Sabie, a few years ago, unveiled his omnidirectional, potentially supersonic and incredibly agile UFO-like flying machine, the ADIFO flying disc. It received global press coverage. He has now created an eVTOL that incorporates and builds on many of the ADIFO capabilities in order to deliver exceptionally fast and easy transitions from vertical to horizontal flight.  Sabie also says this new design creation is scalable across aircraft genre from small drones, personal flying machines, multi-passenger air taxis and even a unique approach to flying cars. In fact, Sabie says you'll be able to drive your car into it and fly ar