"Get Ready for the AirScooter" and fly through rush-hour commutes without a pilot’s license. In fact, it’s unclear whether a driver’s license is required to operate the new AirScooter II personal aircraft designed to fly at 55 knots and to hover when necessary. This type of personal, light-weight flight vehicle could mark the end to traditional commutes.
It may be that light-weight aircraft will fill the skies between major points of interest for passengers. If companies like Jetson Systems and Pogo Jet are successful, they will create a commuter-style mass transportation system in the sky. As for the AirScooter, release is expected this year with a price tag that rivals many automobiles.