World’s first practical jetpack (named the “KuangChi Martin Jetpack”) made its first flight in south China’s Shenzhen on Sunday. It’s able to be flown by a pilot or via remote control. The jetpack, with a 200-horsepower gasoline-powered engine, is able to fly nonstop for 30 minutes with a maximum speed of 80 kilometers per hour. In June this year, the company said the jetpack is going to go on sale next year and could be widely used in areas including medical emergency, fire rescue, tourism and general travel.
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