Small enough to carry by car, powerful enough to operate at 15,000 feet, the IJ6180 provides the superpowers your arms need to take flight.
With no fuselage and no mechanical controls, the Jetsuit simply amplifies the effect of already familiar movements, making it incredibly intuitive to learn to fly.
Its compact size sees the end to expensive hangarage and inconvenient landing sites, and allows flight in places that no other manned aircraft nor land vehicle can access.
With no fuselage to check and maintain, it’s ready for flight in minutes, and can be flown just inches off the ground, in a similar profile to motorcycles …without the requirement of good road surface & traffic conditions.
And while it’s practical and convenient, it’s the gobsmacking thrill of flight in the way we’ve all dreamed of, that makes it the ultimate experience not to be missed.
|Empty Weight||34 kg|
|Max Pilot Weight||100 kg|
|Typical Operating Height||<10 feet|
|Max Operating Altitude||15,000 feet|
MINIMUM SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Ready to test your wings with the ultimate human-flight experience?
Engineered with a fully certified fall protection system, our purpose-built Academy at Sydney Motorsport Park enables safe and frictionless flight over a 40sqm stage, with full views over the Race Circuit and Sydney’s city skyline.
While primarily used for test-flights, R&D scenarios and World Record training, it wouldn’t be right to keep the thrill of human flight all to ourselves. So here’s your chance…
Once every quarter, we’ll be opening the Academy to offer flight experiences & training for up to 4 aspiring Jetsuit pilots, on a Waitlist basis.
Don’t miss out – APPLY TODAY!
GUINNESS WORLD RECORD
Starting at Fremantle, Western Australia in Winter 2022, a physically and mentally gruelling two-month flight, further than the diameter of the moon, begins.
It’s the ultimate test in using the power of the mind to overcome our greatest adversities, and will take our non-athletic Founder and Chief Pilot, HeliJen almost 1,000 flights in which she’ll physically bear up to 180 kilos of jet-thrust across desert, mountains and townships, with the added pressure of a time limit set by Guinness.
Why? An adventurous learning addict, Jen believes in living life like the adventure book you’d want written, breaking through perceived limitations to realise true potential. After all, the only regrets we’ll have when time runs out, are in the chances we didn’t take.
Jen 'HeliJen' Bewes
CEO / Chief Pilot
Commercial helicopter pilot and Harvard trained leader with over 20 years blue-chip product innovation, Jen’s priority is to incite optimism and action by demonstrating the significant power in reframing perceived limitations to achieve the “impossible”.
Head of Flight Training
An ATSB Safety SME, Chief Pilot and Flight Examiner with >20,000 flight hours, David’s priority is safety optimisation through structured error-management training, ensuring pilots understand both the underlying flight dynamics & recovery procedures.
Senior executive of major Sports, Telco and Financial Services brands, such as Supercars, Vodafone and Egg (UK), John’s innovative sales and marketing leadership is renowned for producing ingenious initiatives that drive transformative growth.
David 'Dakka' Clarke
Chief Aircraft Engineer & Pilot
Former RAAF jet-fighter & helicopter maintenance engineer and self-made Jetpack builder & pilot, Dakka’s priority is to produce the slick, stable, high-performance jetsuit capable of enabling the fastest ever body-controlled human flight across Australia.
Chief Engineer - Bionic FlySuit
Award-winning Professor of Biorobotics & MediTech, and former Faculty in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Lorenzo’s priority is to develop symbiotic technology to overcome physical deficiencies, reinforcing our belief that ‘no matter who you are, you can’.
Expert in aerospace vehicle design, operation & policy, and leader in emerging epigenetic AI (swarm tech) for aerospace development, NASA collaborator John’s engineering career spans industry and academia, where he mentors high potential PhD candidates.