28 November 2014 

The Initial Public Offering ("IPO") for Martin Aircraft Company Limited (“Martin Aircraft”or “Company”) was due to close today; however, Martin Aircraft is in ongoing discussions with a potential significant investor into the IPO, and while there is no guarantee that the investor will ultimately subscribe for shares, the Board considers it prudent in the circumstances to extend the offer for a further two weeks to allow these discussions to continue. 

The IPO will now close at 5.00pm (Sydney time) on Friday 12 December 2014. However, the Company reserves the right to further extend the IPO, to vary the terms of the IPO, or to close the IPO early or at any time without further notice to any applicants. The Company will advise the revised issue date for shares, date for despatch of holding statements and ASX listing date once the IPO closes. 

It is the Board’s current intention to immediately close the IPO if the significant investor subscribes for shares during the extended period. 

Martin Aircraft is offering up to 50 million Shares at an issue price of A$0.50 / NZ$0.55 per Share to raise up to A$25.0 million. 

A copy of the prospectus can be down loaded at www.martinjetpack.com/offer 

For further information: 

Ian Westbrook 
M : +61 407 958 137 
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Reuben Buchanan 
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About Martin Aircraft Company Limited 

Martin Aircraft Company Ltd is developing the Martin Jetpack, the world’s first practical jetpack, with potential usage spanning search and rescue, military, recreational and commercial applications, both manned and unmanned. The Martin Jetpack will have up to 30 minutes flight capability at a speed of up to 74 km/h and an altitude up to 1,000 m. It can be flown manned or unmanned as a UAV.

Visit our website: www.martinjetpack.com 

Peter Coker, Managing Director and CEO 
M : +64 21 811 005 
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