365 Things to do in Costa Mesa – Jetpack America – Day 315


If you’re up for something adventurous, learn to fly the world’s first recreational jetpack! Jetpack America’s water-propelled jetpack is safe, fun and easy to fly, allowing pilots to hover up to 30 feet above the water! Within minutes, their Certified Flight Instructors will have you flying using our state-of-the-art training process, which utilizes walkie-talkie helmets for ongoing communication throughout your flight and remote control throttle capability to assist pilots with the learning process. Jetpack America offers a variety of flight experience sessions, all of which consist of a safety video, equipment overview, and 15-60 minutes of in pack flight time. The majority of first-time pilots are up and flying within the first 5 minutes! You’ll learn all the basics of jetpack flight, such as take-off, landing, elevation control, turning and hovering, and many first-timer pilots can also learn more advanced maneuvers such as no handed flying, donut turns, underwater submarines and even walking on water! High-Definition video packages, returning pilot discounts and monthly membership programs also available.

Visit their website to get more information or book your flight! http://www.jetpackamerica.com/index.html

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