The Martin Jetpack is designed for safety, reliability, interoperability, maintainability and simplicity.
There is a low overall component count, which aids reliability and overall safety and ensures the Jetpack is highly economical and cost effective when compared with traditional aircraft.
The Jetpack technology has a purpose-built gasoline engine driving twin-ducted fans to produce sufficient thrust to lift the aircraft and a pilot (or equivalent weight) to take-off and land vertically. It uses advanced composites to produce a lightweight structure with high safety factors.
The Jetpack torque-neutral patented fan technology eliminates the need for a tail rotor, an articulated rotor head and flapping blades. This means the Martin Jetpack is compact, safe for the user and anyone nearby, and is simple to maintain and operate.