Aviation company JetPack has launched a crowdfunding campaign with Seedrs to get people flying their own jetpacks by 2017.
With hopes to raise £300,000 by 2017, JetPack will use the funds raised to further develop its current aircraft model.
The aviation firm is aiming to publicly launch its range of jetpacks in 2017.
The US-based company also claimed it is working on plans to develop centres where paying customers can fly their very own jetpacks.
For decades, engineer Nelson Tyler has kept the jetpack dream alive, most recently with the company Jetpack Aviation. Above, video of the company's CEO David Mayman flying the latest model, the JB-9 JetPack, over Manhattan.
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