JetPacks

JB-10
JetPack

JB-11
JetPack

Empty Weight (lbs): 83

Max Thrust (lbs @ ISA)*: 395

Max speed (mph): > 120

Endurance (mins)**: 8

Fuel: Kerosene/diesel

Operating Ceiling (ft): 15,000

Piloted/Fully autonomous: Piloted

*Maximum thrust can vary depending on density altitude

**Endurance is dependent on pilot weight and density altitude

The JB10 is very similar to the JB9 other than an increase in fuel capacity and thrust as well as more sophisticated computer engine controls and pilot displays. We don’t produce the JB9 any longer but it is the version that our CEO flew around the Statue of Liberty in 2015.

The JB10 is powered by two specially modified turbojet engines, each producing approximately 200lbs of thrust (at standard atmospheric conditions) It can run on kerosene, JetA or diesel.

The JB10 is best known for the flights that we have made over the last couple of years, both in America and internationally, including in support of the Red Bull Air Race events.

As with the JB9 and JB11 Jetpacks, control is achieved by the pilot vectoring the entire engine, rather than just vectoring thrust. This is how we achieve such great manoeuvrability and speed control.

JPA produces an Ultralight category version and an Experimental category version. The Ultralight version is speed limited to 55 kts (approx 65mph) and to 5 gallons of fuel. It can however be flown (at least under American FAA rules) without needing a pilot’s licence.

The Experimental version has no speed or fuel limits however the pilot must hold at least a sports or recreational pilots license and have been trained and signed off by JPA. We remain the only authorized Jetpack instructors in the world.

$295,000

(base price - current as of February 2019. Subject to indexed price escalation to delivery date, and options chosen. FOB Los Angeles, CA)

Empty Weight (lbs): 115

Max Thrust (lbs @ ISA)*: 530

Max speed (mph): > 120

Endurance (mins)**: 10

Fuel: Kerosene/diesel

Operating Ceiling (ft) 15,000

Piloted/Fully autonomous: Piloted

*Maximum thrust can vary depending on density altitude

**Endurance is dependent on pilot weight and density altitude

The JB 11 is powered by six turbo jet engines specially modified for vertical flight. Each engine produces approximately 90lbs of thrust. A sophisticated engine computer balances thrust between engines and in the unlikely case of an engine failure it will enable the pilot to maintain control and land. We design all computer hardware and write all code in-house.

The JB11 can carry a heavier fuel load and hence has longer endurance than the JB10.

As for the JB10, the JB11 can be operated either in the Ultralight or Experimental category.

$340,000

(base price - current as of February 2019. Subject to indexed price escalation to delivery date, and options chosen. FOB Los Angeles, CA)

JB-10
JetPack

Empty Weight (lbs): 83

Max Thrust (lbs @ ISA)*: 395

Max speed (mph): > 120

Endurance (mins)**: 8

Fuel: Kerosene/diesel

Operating Ceiling (ft): 18,000

Piloted/Fully autonomous: Piloted

*Maximum thrust can vary depending on density altitude and

**Endurance is dependent on pilot weight and density altitude

The JB10 is very similar to the JB9 other than an increase in thrust and more sophisticated computer engine controls and pilot displays. We don’t produce the JB9 any longer but is the version that our CEO flew around the Statue of Liberty in 2015.

The JB10 is powered by two specially modified turbojet engines, each producing approximately 200lbs of thrust (at standard atmospheric conditions) It can run on kerosene, JetA or diesel.

The JB10 is best known for the flights that we have made over the last couple of years, both in America and internationally, including in support of the Red Bull Air Race events.

As with the JB9 and JB11 Jetpacks, control is achieved by the pilot vectoring the entire engine, rather than just vectoring thrust. This is how we achieve such great manoeuvrability and speed control.

JPA produces an Ultralight category version and an Experimental category version. The Ultralight version is speed limited to 55 kts (approx 65mph) and to 5 gallons of fuel. It can however be flown (at least under American FAA rules) without needing a pilot’s licence.

The Experimental version has no speed or fuel limits however the pilot must be must hold at least a sports or recreational pilots license and have been trained and signed off by JPA. We remain the only authorized Jetpack instructors in the world.

$350,000

Current as of February 2019. Subject to change without notice. FOB Los Angeles, CA

JB-11
JetPack

Empty Weight (lbs): 115

Max Thrust (lbs @ ISA)*: 530

Max speed (mph): > 120

Endurance (mins)**: 10

Fuel: Kerosene/diesel

Operating Ceiling (ft) 18,000

Piloted/Fully autonomous: Piloted

*Maximum thrust can vary depending on density altitude and

**Endurance is dependent on pilot weight and density altitude

The JB 11 is powered by six turbo jet engines specially modified for vertical flight. Each engine produces approximately 90lbs of thrust. A sophisticated engine computer balances thrust between engines and in the unlikely case of an engine failure it will enable the pilot to maintain control and land. We design all computer hardware and write all code in-house.

The JB11 can carry a heavier fuel load and hence has longer endurance than the JB10.

As for the JB10, the JB11 can be operated either in the Ultralight or Experimental category.

$460,000

Current as of February 2019. Subject to change without notice. FOB Los Angeles, CA

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