Jetpack Aviation is a Title III - Regulation Crowdfunding Campaign and is actively accepting investments.
$198.90 minimum investment

Jetpack Aviation

Rapid short distance transportation vehicle

Small OPO
Van Nuys, CA
Accepting International Investment
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Invest in JetPack Aviation

First Ever Personal Flight vehicle

“JetPack Aviation is the first company to design and manufacture a true jetpack for personal flight. With this technological breakthrough, JetPack Aviation has created an entirely new aviation market for individuals, corporations, and military customers. Our jetpack will open a vast range of new and exciting applications including rapid organ transportation, high-rise fire escape, and rescue missions behind enemy lines.”

-- David Mayman, CEO


$6.63/shares | $55M pre-money valuation 

If you invest you're betting the company will be worth more than $55M in the future.


$10,000+ Visit to the JPA HQ and dinner with cofounders David & Nelson $20,000+ Tethered flight near Los Angeles 

$50,000+ Tethered flight + 25% discount on a Jetpack purchase

LEARN MORE ABOUT US: Reach us on our WEBSITE to learn more about the company and discuss business opportunities. 

Our JetPack is just the beginning of the Personal Flight revolution.  Now we need your help to expand our R&D and make it available to everyone.

The engineers at JetPack Aviation have dreamed about personal flight for years.  For us, JetPacks are the ultimate expression of personal freedom.  Buckle In.  Throttle Up.  And you’re off.  

Commuting through the air while others sit in traffic.  Delivering emergency medical supplies when every second can save a life.  Rescuing workers trapped in high-rise buildings.  Or just going for a Sunday afternoon spin around the park, soaring high like an eagle.  That is personal freedom.  And our JetPack technology is here.  It works.  It’s proven.  And it is now.  

Like the Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk, Jetpack Aviation is standing at the leading edge of a brand new industry: Personal Flight Mobility.  And like those famous brothers, we are smashing technological barriers through hard work, creative insight, and a whole lot of R&D.  

With your help as an investor, we will continue to improve our JetPack performance, enhance our safety systems, train a new generation of JetPack users, and deliver affordable, dependable, and easy-to-fly Personal Flight vehicles for all.  

Market Opportunity

Personal flight is more than just a science fiction dream.  Today, it is a reality with numerous practical applications and commercial market potential, including the following:

  • Military. Our Jetpack technology is ideally suited for search, rescue and extraction of soldiers in danger.  Live reconnaissance, minefield avoidance, and ship-to-ship transfers are only a small example of the practical military applications for which JetPacks can be used. Jetpack Aviation has conducted several demonstration flights for the US military and we have been awarded a CRADA (Cooperative Research and Development Agreement) by USSOCOM (U.S. Special Operations Command). This agreement gives us access to the US military's best  engineers, experts, and facilities to further our R&D work.. The CRADA agreement also opens future opportunities to sell our JetPacks directly to the US armed services.

  • First Responders. Jetpacks enable firefighters to reach high floors faster and with more maneuverability. Police gain an eye-in-the sky for observation and analysis.  Disaster rescue workers can reach survivors in remote or unstable locations when roads are damaged.

  • Commuters. There’s no need for us all to sit in traffic. Some will bike, some will ride the bus, and some of us will fly. 

  • Recreation. We’re already in discussions to develop a jetpack racing series. 

It is a fact.  Our JetPack is real.  It flies.  It’s powerful.  It’s dependable.  And it is ready for commercial production.  We even have our first retail order from a private civilian customer.  

Our Distribution Plans

Jetpack Aviation is developing a network of dealers in the United States with experience selling and servicing the helicopter industry. We will produce and ship JB10 jetpack units for rental and purchase.

In Europe we have partnered with Aerostar, an aviation dealer with broad experience selling hot air balloons, fixed wing aircraft, and pilot training. Aerostar will help develop a network of local country resellers. As a global company, Jetpack Aviation has already been meeting with distributors around the world including India, China, South America, the Middle East and Russia. Prospective distributors are typically experienced companies already involved in aviation, the import of aircraft, and provide pilot training services.

Some of our best worldwide customer prospects deal in the public sector. Jetpack Aviation has already been contacted by over 500 individuals, government agencies, and military services requesting more information about our jetpack.

Buzz About Us

Why Our JetPack Is The Only True JetPack

The first JetPack was conceived  almost 100 years ago. The original unbuilt concept was powered by oxygen and methane, and included wings that were three feet long. 

Since then, many have tried and failed to build what seemed destined to remain science fiction. 

In recent years, some have gotten closer. But none have created a portable device that you can strap to your back and lift off into the sky. Until now. JetPack Aviation has the only easy, safe, and portable solution for personal flight. Only JetPack Aviation has created a true jetpack. 

With a 10,000 feet maximum altitude and 68 miles per hour forward flight speed, the JB10 can vertically lift a person off the ground from a tiny space and fly for up to 10 minutes. 

New York Flight, November 2015

London Flight, September 2016

The Jet Engine is a Marvel

Lift Off

Our jetpack is powered by two of the smallest, most efficient jet engines available anywhere in the world. Each engine delivers 180 LB of thrust and runs on ordinary jet fuel or diesel. This technology is key to making jetpacks a practical reality. The two specially modified jet turbine engines are controlled by a throttle synchronization computer ensuring that the thrust produced by each engine is managed equally - this system is patent pending. Additionally, the two jetpack engines have a power to weight ratio of over 7 to 1 offering 360 lbs. of thrust.

How it Works

Our specially modified jetpack engines are constructed from a single radial compressor and an axial flow turbine stage. The engines have an inbuilt electric starter motor for the start and cool down sequences. At maximum throttle our jetpack engines can spin over 60,000 rpm or 20,000 rpm at ground idle. The exhaust gas leaves the engine at about 1,300 degrees, which rapidly reduces as it mixes with cool ambient air. This process ensures the pilot experiences no discomfort in flight

How to Fly

Takeoff and control of our jetpack is made easy with our inbuilt flight stabilization technology.  Our patent pending control systems have been designed to automatically adjust for changes in fuel load during flight. This integrated stabilization and control system makes the jetpack easy to fly with incredible agility and maneuverability. An advanced computer pilot information display, fully developed in-house, provides all necessary information to the pilot. The left handle controls the spin. The right handle controls the throttle and thrust. Lean forward to move forward and gain speed. Lean back to slow down and eventually hover. Lean left and give left spin or lean right to turn.

Safety is First

Imagine carrying a tank of jet fuel on your back. Making this experience safe was one of our biggest challenges. Our design team looked at how the NASCAR racing industry cracked this problem and we found our solution. First we made the fuel tank shell out of an incredibly tough material, which instead of cracking will slowly deform.  Next, our engineers added an internal bladder, which contours the inside of the tank to minimize the amount of air remaining in the tank as fuel is used. The bladder is also extremely strong and flexible so that it resists rupturing if the tank hits the ground for any reason.

Buoyancy System

A custom designed automatic inflation system can be added to the airframe within 5 minutes for flights over water. If for any reason the jetpack hits the water, the buoyancy system will automatically inflate a heavy-duty float bag within seconds.

Fits in Your Trunk

The pilot backpack has a five point harness with dual quick release buckles for rapid, easy access. The jetpack arms fold to enable the machine to be stored and carried in a small case.

Why We Are Crowdfunding

We don’t believe you should have to be a multi-millionaire to own a jetpack and our goal is to make them affordable to the average car owner.  But improving our JetPack technology takes a lot of R&D.  It takes engineering time.  And manufacturing trials.  And lots and lots of testing and retesting.  The result is a more affordable, safer, easier to fly JetPack.  But that R&D also takes funding.  And while no individual can make a company happen by themselves, they can be a part of something big and important, that just may change the way we live in the future.

“I’d much rather have thousands of people invest a little bit then 10 people invest a huge amount. Jetpacks are a thing that appeals to everybody, so let’s get everybody involved.” - David Mayman

Which is why we are looking to raise $1 million. The funds we raise with your help will be used for research and development. Specifically:

  • Researching different versions of the jetpack to reduce the manufacturing cost

  • Developing a low-altitude parachute system for pilot safety

  • Exploring the possibility of  a flight airbag

  • Creating a training system and theme park where everyone can come to fly a jetpack

Since our inception, Jetpack Aviation has raised capital from savvy investors to efficiently design and build the JB10 prototypes. Previously, the founders invested their time and millions of dollars of their own money to design and test the JB1 through JB9 - this is not included in the investments to date.

Irregular Use of Proceeds

No intended irregular use of proceeds is reportable as none of the following examples will exceed $10,000: vendor payments and salary made to related parties, friends or relatives; any expense labeled “Administration Expenses” that is not strictly for administrative purposes; any expense labeled “Travel and Entertainment”; or any expense that is for the purposes of inter-company debt or back payments.

Our Business Plan

Jetpack Aviation is focusing on bringing the first Personal Flight vehicle to market. We plan to raise capital in multiple steps. The goal for this campaign is a maximum of $1,000,000. We are currently also raising money via in the United Kingdom.

Product to Market

Before we bring the JB10 jetpack to market, our engineers will do everything possible to ensure the safety and comfort of our customers. Therefore, our next development goal is to add a rocket-launched parachute, which will protect the pilot in the unlikely case of a catastrophic failure.

International Expansion

Our first international market will be  Europe, where we plan to develop and license multiple jetpack distributors.  We will then begin developing the Asian market.

Business Development

The new jetpack industry will generate revenue from several independent streams.  We anticipate that initial revenue will come from both individual and corporate customers looking to rent or lease our JB10 jetpacks. Simultaneously with consumer sales, we will aggressively approach the worldwide military market.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will you work with the FAA?

We are actively working with the FAA and have a good relationship with them. Jetpacks are an entirely new form of aviation, just as drones were not long ago, so it is a very exciting time. Our current JetPack is classified by the FAA to be an ultra light aircraft, and therefore no registration or pilot’s license is required. 

Can I fly one?

At this stage we are only offering training to people that purchase a jetpack. The training could be completed in Europe or California. Over the next 2 years we plan to offer training packages to people who would like to experience flying before buying as well as a one day "initial flight experience package". We will also be working with owners and operators of theme parks to add JetPack Top Gun experience centers to their existing theme parks. 

Do you have any patents pending?

We have more than 15 claims under examination relating to elements ranging from control systems to airframe design. 

Help Us Grow

Our motto is Onwards and Upwards. Everyday we take one more step up. Every day we get better. Some day people will be able to fly from home to work and back. It won’t be tomorrow, but it will be soon, and we will be there. 

Where will you be?

The future is here. Invest in it now. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT US: Reach us on our WEBSITE to learn more about the company and discuss business opportunities. 

Meet Our Team

David Mayman and Nelson Tyler have been working together for ten years to make the JetPack a reality. Nelson works as chief designer and David as test pilot and project manager. They are dedicated to - perhaps obsessed with - creating the very best JetPack possible.

Nelson and David are supported by a group of specialists with expertise ranging from turbine engine design to electrical and computer engineering.

In the Press

UK's first jetpack flight blasts off above London
October 10, 2016

Jetpack pilot, David Mayman, flies over London with just a jetpack strapped to his back stunning crowds at the Royal Victoria Docks.

Watch this man fly around the Statue of Liberty in a jetpack
November 9, 2015

Jetpacks are all the rage these day. And folks in the industry are finding new ways to push the technology all the time. Most recently, a man took to the sky in New York City to soar around the Statue of Liberty. The daring man behind the stunt was David Mayman, an Australian entrepreneur and CEO of Jetpack Aviation.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a bloke with a jet pack: Aviator takes to the skies in maiden flight
September 30, 2016

The residents of Monaco parked their luxury yachts and put down their champagne to crane their necks skyward yesterday to see one man’s maiden flight over the Mediterranean waters. In a scene straight out of a James Bond film, entrepreneur and aviator David Mayman took to the skies in a test flight of his personal jet pack. The inventor and CEO of JetPack Aviation was in Monaco to test his latest jet pack, the JB-10, which the firm claims to be ‘the most technically advanced personal flying machine ever created’. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

The jetpack is here–if you’ve got $250K and 10 minutes to spare
October 10, 2016

Last week, the chief executive (and chief test pilot) of Van Nuys, Calif.-based JetPack Aviation strapped on the company’s new JB-9 model machine and took a spin around Monaco–in the air and over water. If you don’t believe it, just check out this video of the flight. These are the same guys who flew around the Statue of Liberty last year.

Watch: Guy Flies Over Thames in an Actual Jetpack
October 5, 2016

An Australian pilot cruised casually over the River Thames in an actual goddamn jetpack on Wednesday, looking like a cross between an astronaut and the Rocketeer. David Mayman, a former commercial pilot from Australia, had been developing the jetpack for ten years with a team of engineers and designers, and is working to make a commercial version of the device available next year. And just to be clear, this was not one of those cheesy, water-propelled "jetpacks" made famous (or infamous) by Eastbound and Down-- this was an actual, jet engine-powered, honest-to-God jetpack, more like Boba Fett's than Kenny Powers'.

Jetpack flies through London skies, and you too could have one within three years
October 6, 2016

By 2019, travel by jetpack could become a reality for the general population. What would that look like in London? On Wednesday, the capital got a sight of future flight with a seriously cool demonstration at Royal Victoria Dock. Australian David Mayman piloted a turbine jet engine-powered JB-10 jetpack at a height of 30m for 4 minutes over east London.

First Jetpack Flight in UK Demonstrated by Pilot
October 5, 2016

The first jetpack flight in the UK takes off on Wednesday at London’s Royal Victoria Docks. David Mayman, an Australian former commercial pilot and inventor of the turbine jet engine-powered JB-10 jetpack, reached heights of 30 metres during the four-minute flight. Mayman hopes to make an electric edition of the jetpack available commercially

Politics Football Sport Celebs TV & Film Weird News TRENDINGUS ELECTIONCLINTONTRUMPWEATHERREMEMBRANCEBENEFIT CAP Technology Money Travel Fashion Mums Home News Business News Toys Jetpack pilot makes first ever UK flight, and you could soon get one... for a hefty price
October 5, 2016

It's the ultimate boy’s toy - with a very grown up price tag. The UK’s first jetpack flight took place yesterday, but it’s unlikely to be the last. The US firm behind the machine said it was hoping to launch an electric version that could be on sale here by 2019. One of the company’s founders is Nelson Tyler, a Hollywood special affects legend who created the jetpack worn by Sean Connery in the James Bond movie Thunderball.

Jetpack pilot takes flight above London
October 5, 2016

David Mayman, a former commercial pilot, flew at a height of 30m for four minutes wearing a turbine jet engine-powered JB-10 jetpack. He hopes to make an electric version of the jetpack to be available in 2019 - at a price of nearly £200,000. Mr Mayman said: "It feels absolutely amazing, awesome - it's freedom."

James Bond-style jet packs to become a reality in the UK from next year
October 5, 2016

The world's first jet packs which attach to people's backs and let them fly through the air took to the skies over the river Thames yesterday, and are set to become available for use by the British public from next year. The James Bond-style mode of transport is the only jet pack ever built that can be carried on the pilot’s back with relative ease, and are powered by two turbine jet engines which have been specially adapted after many years of development.

Man hovers in jetpack over Royal Victoria Docks
October 5, 2016

man was spotted flying a jetpack over the Thames in east London this morning - and it wasn't James Bond. Australian businessman and jetpack inventor David Mayman amazed passers-by when he was seen gliding over the Royal Victoria Docks, piloting his new JB-10 model on its maiden flight in the UK. Humans can fly for up to 10 minutes and at speeds of up to 60 mph with the jetpack, which is light enough to be carried by one person and small enough to fit in a car.

Jet pack pioneer talks future of personal fight
July 15, 2015

Visions of a world with personal flight are a long-running fixture in movies and TV, but the reality has been slow to take off. Jet pack pilot Nick Macomber is one of the leading pioneers. Macomber joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how close the jet pack is to becoming a viable personal transportation device.

REAL-LIFE IRON MAN Incredible moment pilot wearing a JETPACK takes to the skies above London
October 5, 2016

A MAN has wowed crowds by flying over east London with just a jetpack strapped to his back. Marking the UK’s first jetpack flight, David Mayman pulled off the stunt, soaring above the stunned crowds at the Royal Victoria Docks in east London.

Monaco chosen for European jetpack debut
September 22, 2016

Monaco has been chosen as the venue for the European debut of the revolutionary JB-10 Jetpack, which will power a man into the sky above the Principality thanks to two jet engines. After an unprecedented test flight around the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Jetpack Aviation team continues its global demonstration tour, which will include several surprise flights around the most emblematic monuments of Europe, with Monaco as the first stop.

Offering Summary



The following summary highlights selected information contained in this offering circular. This summary does not contain all the information that may be important to you. You should read the more detailed information contained in this offering circular, including, but not limited to, the risk factors beginning on page 3. References to “we,” “us,” “our,” or the “company” mean Jetpack Aviation Corporation.


Our Company

Jetpack Aviation Corporation (“JPA” or the “Company”) has designed and is developing a vertical take-off and landing jetpack designated as “JB-10”, which the Company intends to market and sell worldwide.    The Company is also developing a range of other vertical takeoff and landing aircraft that may one day be used as an alternative to motor vehicles.

This Offering


Securities Offered: Maximum of 150,800 shares of common stock ($999,804).

Common Stock outstanding before the Offering (1):  8,302,528

Common Stock outstanding after the Offering (1):  8,453,328    

Use of proceeds: The net proceeds of this offering will be used primarily to complete the design and development of the pre-production jetpack prototype.

Risk factors: Investing in our shares involves a high degree of risk. As an investor you should be able to bear a complete loss of your investment. You should carefully consider the information set forth in the “Risk Factors” section of this offering  circular.


Does not include outstanding warrants to purchase 137,278 shares of common stock at an exercise price of $5.00 per share.

The Company will not incur any irregular use of proceeds.

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A crowdfunding investment involves risk. You should not invest any funds in this offering unless you can afford to lose your entire investment. In making an investment decision, investors must rely on their own examination of the issuer and the terms of the offering, including the merits and risks involved. These securities have not been recommended or approved by any federal or state securities commission or regulatory authority. Furthermore, these authorities have not passed upon the accuracy or adequacy of this document. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission does not pass upon the merits of any securities offered or the terms of the offering, nor does it pass upon the accuracy or completeness of any offering document or literature. These securities are offered under an exemption from registration; however, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has not made an independent determination that these securities are exempt from registration.



12 hours ago


1 day ago

Help us make Personal Flight available for everyone.

Well friends, this is it.  Our campaign ends this week and it’s time to make a decision.  Are you going to sit on the sideline or will you join us as we build a new industry of Personal Flight.   We have proven that controlled, safe Vertical Take Off and Landing flight is not only possible, but here and now.  We have wowed the press and public with demonstration flights around the world.  And we have given you a sneak peak at our future plans for a flying car.

But we need your help to fund the development of a safety system and to improve our pilot training program.  So if you have been thinking about becoming an investor, now is the time to act.  Hope you join us.

The JPA Team

JetPack Aviation is the Next Big Thing on NBC's The Today Show - March 24, 2017

3 days ago


11 days ago

Undisclosed buyer pays $250,000 for delivery of production grade JB10 Jetpack

JetPack Aviation has announced the sale and delivery of the world’s first commercial jetpack.  The company, which designs and manufactures small, turbine powered VTOL jetpacks for military, industrial, and individual customers, is now offering its JB10 duel engine model at the retail price of $250,000.  Currently under contract with the US military, JPA is also receiving international government inquiries.

Company CEO David Mayman said, “We believe this sale is the definitive first step on the road to widely accessible Personal Flight Mobility.  Whether we are enabling the extraction of Special Forces soldiers, , moving emergency medics from hospital to disaster site, or commuters from home to office – JPA is focused on a wide range of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) transportation solutions. Our JB10 is designed to be a proof-of-concept and we are already working on several other long endurance aircraft including fully electric systems”.

JetPack Aviation made its first public demonstration flight around the Statue of Liberty in 2015 with full FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) authorization. Subsequent public flights were held in London, Monaco, and Los Angeles.   JPA is also offering sponsored promotional flights for corporations and events.

Said Principal Designer Nelson Tyler, “People have dreamed of individual flight for as long as we have looked to the sky.  Now, after decades of work and thanks to our extraordinarily talented staff, the dream of personal flight is a solid reality.  

And it’s available for sale today.”


14 days ago

A new Soldier Vertical Mobility System  (SVMS) will merge JetPack Aviation’s VTOL technology with advanced subsystems developed by Georgia Tech.

 JetPack Aviation, the company that stunned the engineering and aviation communities with its first public jetpack flight around the Statue of Liberty in 2015 has entered into a development Agreement with Georgia Tech to design and build a Soldier Vertical Mobility System (SVMS) for military applications.

 JPA, which is currently working with the US Navy under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) will provide its proprietary jetpack technology.  Georgia Tech will add advanced electronic subsystems for the new SVMS

 JetPack Aviation senior staff recently hosted Georgia Tech team members at their headquarters in Van Nuys, CA where discussions took place regarding the development of an SVMS.

 Under sponsorship from a GTRI Internal Research and Development grant, the early development stage has focused on three specific subsystems: an autonomous control system for an SVMS, a pilot exoskeleton, and a Heads-Up Display (HUD) helmet for the pilot. This multidisciplinary effort is bringing together efforts from the Georgia Tech Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering schools, the ATAS and ELSYS labs of GTRI, and JetPack Aviation.

 After successful public demonstrations in New York, Los Angles, London, and Monaco, the JetPack Aviation team has begun an intensive development program towards extending their jetpack’s thrust and flight duration, as well as moving towards an all electric version.

 Court Bivens and Michael Mayo of the ATAS lab at GTRI have been leading the project and coordinating the integration of all subsystems into the SVMS.

 The joint SVMS team hopes to move forward by soliciting R&D funds from the U.S. military. Additional funding would enable Georgia Tech and JetPack Aviation to fully integrate the described subsystems into an SVMS and tackle issues such as survivability and reliability, electrical and mechanical infrastructure, and human factor disciplines.

Rocketeer in Real Life!

about 1 month ago

We recently spent a few days with Devin Supertramp's crew and have a cool new video to show for it. Devin is a YouTube star, with more than 4.5 million subscribers to his channel, which focuses on adventure and extreme sports videos. Check it out.

We had a great time making it, and we hope you like it. Please share with friends!

Second Closing

about 1 month ago

After 5 business days, we will be conducting our second closing!

Jetpack Aviation has more than successfully reached our minimum funding goal and we're continuing to accept investments until March 31st, 2017. Per our offering terms and because our equity crowdfunding campaign has now exceeded the minimum funding goal, we will be conducting the 2nd closing in as soon as five days. We will be closing on all funds whose status is marked as "cleared" and therefore, those investors will be able to cancel their investment up until 48 hours prior to this new closing. 

Once closed, we can deploy these funds and start implementing our ambitious growth plans. The equity crowdfunding path has been an outstanding journey for our management team, stakeholders and avid supporters. There is limited time left until the campaign officially ends, and we encourage you to promote the offering to your network.

Equity crowdfunding is all about building a community of passionate individuals around a single vision. We thank you for your continued support.

Offering Deadline Extended

about 2 months ago

Dear Investors,

Family, colleagues, old friends and new friends, welcome to the Jetpack Aviation family.  As of today, our Online Public Offering (OPO) has raised in excess of $139,000, all because of you.

On behalf of the Jetpack Aviation team, thank you! Your investment was a vote of confidence in our company and we’re most appreciative of your commitment to our vision. 

We have an important announcement: We are extending our offering deadline to March 31st, 2017. We have made this decision based on the overwhelming amount of positive feedback and requests to extend the campaign.

What this means for our current investors:

Because we are adjusting our deadline, investors whose funds have not yet been cleared must reconfirm their investment before Tuesday, February 7, 2017. If investors do not reconfirm before the deadline, their investment will be canceled and the withdrawn funds will be refunded.

How to reconfirm your investment:

Each investor who needs to reconfirm their investment will receive an email shortly from StartEngine with a secure link allowing investors to re-confirm their investment. You simply need to enter your name, the company, and click the “Sign” button at the very bottom of the webpage.

If you do not receive an email, your investment is all set and you do not need to reconfirm your investment.

If you have any questions about the process or any trouble reconfirming your investment, please reach out to or call 800-317-2200 between the hours of 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday PST.

Thank you for your support and helping to make our dream come true.

Closing Round One

2 months ago

Jetpack Aviation has successfully reached our minimum funding goal and we're continuing to accept investments. Per our offering terms, and because our equity crowdfunding campaign has now exceeded the minimum funding goal, we will be conducting the 1st closing this week. Once closed, we can deploy these funds and start implementing our ambitious growth plans right away. You will soon receive an official announcement from StartEngine about the closing.

The equity crowdfunding path has been an outstanding journey for our management team, stakeholders, and avid supporters. There is limited time left until the campaign officially ends, and we encourage you to promote the offering to your network.

Equity crowdfunding is all about building a community of passionate individuals around a single vision. We thank you for your continued support.

And the first civilan jetpack pilot will be...

3 months ago

Congratulations to Mischa P. who has won our contest to fly our JB-10 jetpack! Thanks to all who participated. We'll see you in the skies soon!

The missing link

3 months ago

We were so excited to share our new video with you that we pressed send without the link!

Here is the video that demonstrates what our jetpack can do.

Help us build the future

3 months ago

Happy Holidays everyone! It’s no secret that Christmas and New Year are two of the busiest travel days of the year.

Did you visit your loved ones this past week? Did you drive? Did you fly? Did you take a bus? Just imagine if you could have travelled by jetpack. At JetPack Aviation, we are working towards a future when everyone can achieve safe, affordable personal flight.  And you can be part of that future by joining our crowdfunding campaign. 

We already have built  the world’s only true, personal jetpack. Now, we are raising funds to:

  • Research different versions of the jetpack to lower the purchase price

  • Build a parachute system to ensure maximum pilot safety

  • Create a training system and jetpack theme park where everyone can experience the thrill of personal flight.

Each step we take brings us closer to the time when personal flight becomes a possibility for everyone.  So a Big Thanks to each of you who have already signed up to go on this journey with us. 

For those of you who have not yet invested, please take a minute to watch this video and consider moving onward and upward with us. 

Our success is your success

3 months ago

Big thanks to those who have invested and those who are following our progress. We’re so happy that we’re able to bring this opportunity to the masses, and we hope you are as well. 

As a shareholder in JetPack Aviation, our success is also yours.  And we’d love your help getting the word out about our campaign. Please share with your family, friends, and on social media. We have written a few posts to get you started:


Own a piece of @JetPackAviation - the company that brought us the world’s first true #jetpack. 

I own shares in a #jetpack company. Want to be able to say the same? 


It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no it’s…JetPack Aviation CEO David Mayman flying through the skies. IN HIS JETPACK. Wish you were that cool? You can be! Through equity crowdfunding, you can become a shareholder in this jetpack company. 

Many say they have created a jetpack, but only JetPack aviation has created a real one: a backpack that is capable of vertical take-off and landing that runs on regular diesel fuel. I have invested in this company, because I think personal flight is the wave of the future and that JPA is the company that will get us there. Join me? 

We’d love for you to share these messages or one you’ve crafted yourself. Invite your network to visit our page to learn more about JetPack Aviation and the world’s only true jetpack!

JetPack flight in Long Beach, CA

4 months ago

To celebrate the launch of our equity crowdfunding campaign, we took a flight around the historic Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA.

The Queen Mary’s maiden voyage was in 1936 and worked as a troopship in World War II. But in her 80 years of service, she hasn’t seen anything like this.

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