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Lift-off for strap-on flying machine

Sydney Morning Herald | April 13, 2011
The Martin Jetpack, literally a strap-on personal flying machine, is now in the final stages of development, with the first machines to be dispatched for solo flights by the end of the year.

"It's the fourth biggest visitor to our site after Boeing, NASA and the SAS, so something's going on there," he said with a laugh.

"Maybe they've just got an employee who thinks it's so cool they spend all day checking it out."

 

 

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