Question of the Week: The Martin Jetpack — You Know You Want One (Right?)

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PREVIOUS RESULTS ***

Last week, we asked whether certain types of aircraft (e.g. experimentals, homebuilts) be restricted at airports in densely populated areas.

Despite a few well-deserved chidings for not clarifying the difference between an "experimental" and a "homebuilt" aircraft (see this week's AVmail), we received quite a few votes in our informal poll. The largest segment of you (a somewhat ironic 51% of the voting population, believe it or not) agreed with the statement Homebuilts should have the same access as any other aircraft.

For a complete (real-time) breakdown of reader responses, click here.
(You may be asked to register and answer if you haven't already participated in this poll.)

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION ***

It was all the rage at EAA AirVenture 2008, and now it seems the Martin Jetpack will be available with a BRS 'chute. This week, we're curious how many AVweb readers would be willing to sink their (hypothetical) money into one:

Would you consider buying and flying a Martin Jetpack?
(Click to answer.)


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