List of personal aircraft


List of personal aircraft

This is a list of (usually) one-man aircraft characterized by being strapped-on or stood upon rather than sat upon or in. This would include devices that render the pilot essentially part of the aircraft but does not include one-seat conventional aircraft.

Types of personal aircraft

*Jet packs
*Flying platforms
*Backpack helicopters
*Powered hang glider
*Powered paraglider
*Hang glider
*Paraglider

Individual personal aircraft

*Aerothrust Velocity powered paraglider
*Baumgärtl Heliofly
*Bell Rocket Belt
*Bell Jet Belt
*Bell Pogo - a two-man flying platform based on the Bell Rocket Belt.
*Gluhareff MEG-1
*Gluhareff MEG-2
*Gluhareff MEG-3
*Hiller VZ-1 Pawnee - flying platform.
*Moore Jet vest
*Murray M-1
*Pentecost HX-1 Hoppi-Copter
*Polyot Yula
*Powered hang glider harness
*Powered paraglider harness
*RB2000 Rocket Belt
*SoloTrek XFV
*Thiokol Jump Belt
*Wiliams WASP


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