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“Anyone can fly this!” Meet the impressive Jetson ONE personal eVTOL

By Chris Stonor

Last week saw the launch of the impressive Jetson ONE personal eVTOL Aircraft, which, its manufacturers claim, “Can be flown by anyone!” reports

Swedish-based start-up, Jetson, was co-Founded by Peter Thernstrom and Tomasz Patan four years ago.  It took just a year to construct a prototype, but a further three to create a consumer-friendly version. The project resulted in the Jetson ONE, a commercially available personal electric aerial vehicle that anyone can own and fly. Thernstrom said, “Our mission is to make flight available to everyone. We intend to make everybody a pilot.”

The article states, “The personal electric aerial vehicle market is relatively new with an estimated 170 companies in the world trying to build flying cars at this present moment. Of these 170 companies, only 7 have created something viable with only 2 companies currently offering a product available to the consumer.”

Compared to its present rivals on the market, the company says the Jetson ONE requires virtually no maintenance, is extremely compact (see video) and, most impressive of all, “re-charges faster than a smartphone.”

Tomasz Patan, co-Founder and Technical Director, enthused, “The Jetson ONE is built around a rigid aluminium space-frame with eight powerful electric motors.  It utilises composite carbon fibre and cutting-edge 3D printed components, making it an extremely lightweight design.  It is also equipped with many safety features including a redundant propulsion system and a ballistic parachute.” Adding, “It is a dream to fly.”

Costing USD92,000, Jetson ONE has already sold out for the 2022 production and is now accepting deliveries in 2023. The company’s strapline is, “Our mission is to make the skies available for everyone with our safe personal electric aerial vehicle. Are you ready to experience a completely new and exciting way of travel?”

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