Cupertino, California, USA
"Flyt Aerospace was started in 2013 when Ansel [Misfeldt] (the founder), decided to quit his job as a management consultant (and who studied business in college) to build flying machines.... It took 4 prototypes to get one flying and several more after that to get where we are today."
Flyt Aerospace is focused on commercializing human-scale multirotor technology to bring personal flight to everyone and are currently seeking investors.
|Empty weight||165 lb||75 kg|
|Max gross takeoff wt||525 lb||238 kg|
|Useful load||230 lb||104 kg|
|Battery weight||130 lb||59 kg|
|Lift Propulsors||6 ducted propellers|
- Flyt Aerospace website
- Flyt Aerospace YouTube Channel
- Video: Flyt 16 miscellaneous flight tests, YouTube, Sept. 27, 2016
- Video: Guy builds working hoverbike in garage, YouTube, July 17, 2017.
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