If you love being a drone pilot, why not consider placing yourself in the cockpit and flying your very own personal aircraft?
You won't even need a pilot's license to fly the amazing Jetson One single-passenger aircraft because it's classified as an ultralight plane.
But don't plan on zooming off into the wild blue yonder any time soon. The Swedish company has already sold out of its 2022 inventory—at $92,000 per Jetson.
All you can do is put down a $22,000 down payment to hold your Jetson One for 2023.
The drone-like Jetson One is certainly a wonder for anyone yearning to fly. The 190 lb eVTOL—or electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft—is powered by eight electric motors and can reach a top speed of 63 mph. It's Tesla battery cells currently deliver a flight time of up to 20 minutes. You can zoom up to 1,500 feet above the ground, and the vehicle can support a pilot weighing no more than 210 lbs.
This past May, Jetson One founder Tomasz Patan starred in a video where he used his eVTOL for a three-minute flight from his home to his office—a decrease in his commute time of 88 percent.
Watch Patan's Airborne Commute
"It's extremely easy to operate because we have a flight computer onboard and all steering is a fly-by-wire system," said Patan. "That means you have just two joysticks. You can learn how to fly it in literally five minutes."
If you do plan a purchasing a Jetson One, you'll also be signing up for a mandatory two-day flight training session where you'll learn how to fly, as well as how to fly while complying with the necessary regulations.
Patan planned to sell 25 eVTOLs during the company's first year. To date, he has sold more than 400.
"I was amazed by the amount of interest," he said. "Eventually, we do plan to manufacture a few thousand that will be delivered within three years time. We will also, with time, increase the battery capacity to allow for a longer flight time."