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3 March 2016
Martin Jetpacks may soon fight high-rise fires, ditch microlight tag

2 March 2016
CHCH jetpack company set to begin test flights

1 March 2016
Martin Jetpack runs flight tests in three-storey high "tent" on Canterbury farm

19 January 2016
Jetpacks exoskeletons spider cam next gen cattle tech

15 January 2016
BVI Spring Regatta: Nanny Cay Cup and Scrub Island Invitational Race Ready for the challenge?

11 January 2016
Dubai to battle skyscraper blazes with a fleet of flying firefighters

31 December 2015
Dubai bought 20 jetpacks to battle skyscraper fires — but they won't arrive until 2016

29 December 2015
Aviation Year in Review Has a Star Wars Sci-Fi Feel

24 December 2015
Best Business pictures of the year 2015

15 December 2015
Martin Jetpack Lifts Off

11 December 2015
Skip traffic, fly home by Jetpack

10 December 2015
First commercial jetpack revealed (and it’s available in 2016)

9 December 2015

9 December 2015
Have Engineers Finally Delivered on the Jetpack Promise?

8 December 2015
Chinese Deal for Martin Aircraft Jetpacks

8 December 2015
Man in Jetpack Soars Over China in Public Demo

8 December 2015
Jetpack display in China a success

8 December 2015
KuangChi Martin Jetpack Debuts in China

7 December 2015
Jetpack-maker Martin Aircraft ends year on a high with UAE and Chinese deals

7 December 2015
Jetpack maker Martin Aircraft shares soar to new high

7 December 2015
The Global Community of Innovation makes its Debut at the Hong Kong International Entrepreneurs Festival

7 December 2015
Iron Man-like aircraft makes maiden flight in China

6 December 2015
KuangChi Science Ltd Chairman and Executive Director Liu Ruopeng chats with Martin Aircraft Chief Executive Director Peter Coker as they attend a demonstration of a Martin Jetpack in Shenzhen

6 December 2015
Michael Read, director of Flight Operations from New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Company, flies a Martin Jetpack during a demonstration at a water park in Shenzhen

6 December 2015
A visitor poses with Martin Jetpack, made by New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft, during a demonstration in Shenzhen

6 December 2015
Martin Jetpack makes successful trial flight in Shenzhen

6 December 2015
Martin Jetpack signs deals for China Ironman Clubs

13 November 2015
Dubai to use world's first personal jetpack to fight fires on high-rise buildings

13 October 2015
Martin Jetpacks cleared for takeoff, shares soar

28 August 2015
Martin Aircraft posts full-year loss; on track to sell world's first commercial jetpack next year

28 August 2015
Martin Aircraft posts full-year loss

20 July 2015
Jetpack flying machines to be made in China

22 June 2015
Want to travel by JETPACK? Now you can! The first models will be available by 2016... But only if you work in emergency services

17 June 2015
Jetpacks, photonic technologies to lift city's tech capabilities

17 June 2015
Shares in this jetpack maker are going nuts on news it will demo for the US military

17 June 2015
Want to Fly? Just Throw on This Jetpack and Go

17 June 2015
The world’s first commercial jetpack will cost $150,000 next year

17 June 2015
Jetpack maker Martin Aircraft's shares are soaring on a deal with a Chinese company

17 June 2015
Jetpack "flying machine" company signs agreements with Chinese and Indian companies

17 June 2015
Jetpack maker signs China, India deals

17 June 2015
Martin Jetpacks at Paris International Air Show

15 June 2005
Kiwi Jetpack company hoping for big exposure at prestigious Paris Air Show

To infinity and beyond! Has the jetpack's time come? Phil Han, journalist at CNBC

 The National Business Review - Martin Jetpack maker to list on ASX next Tuesday
Christchurch-based Martin Aircraft has raised $A27 million ahead of listing on the Australian stock exchange next week.

 The Australian Financial Review - Regulatory concerns remain as Martin Jetpack edges closer to reality
After 30 years in the development, science fiction could become a reality, with Martin Aircraft poised for an Australian Securities Exchange IPO following a successful capital-raising exercise to bring the jetpack to market, but questions remain about the logistics, regulation and safety of having rocket men shooting around town.

The Australian - Jetpack Maker Martin to list with Chinese backing
Martin Aircraft Company this week wrote to subscribers calling for a special meeting to approve, among other things, a cornerstone $21 million investment by China-based technology company KuangChi Science. - Hong Kong investor to lift Jetpack
New Zealand's Martin Aircraft has struck a deal with Hong Kong investment fund, KuangChi Science worth up to $52.5m over the next 2 1/2 years.

The New Zealand Herald - Gadgets that will change your Life
Technology writer Peter Griffin has the Martin Jetpack on his 21st century invention wishlist.

 Sydney Morning Herald - Jetpack IPO seet for lift-off with China backer
The cornerstone investment of $50 million puts Martin Aircraft, with ambitions to be the world's first to market with a commercial jetpack, back on track for an ASX listing in February.

Destination of the World News: Island Hopping by Jetpack will soon be a reality
Imagine island hopping by jetpack or taking a more thrilling trip to work through the air. This could soon become a reality, given that New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Company has now begun taking orders for its sleek looking single-person jetpack.

BBC NEWS UK - NZ Jetpack maker floats in Australia
A New Zealand Company says it has developed the jetpack into a viable commercial venture and it is aiming to list on the Australian Stock Exchange.

The Enterprise Massachussetts - Jetpacks may land in Plymouth
The jetpacks are due to arrive in the country (USA) at the end of 2015 and put to market in 2016. The jetpack can launch and set up a miniature satellite that can remain stationery to help bridge commuications.

  Boston Business Journal - Massachussetts company aims to commercialize a jetpack for miltiary, first responder use.
In 2016, Plymouth-based tech company, Avwatch Inc will begin testing how a gas-powered, 380 pound jetpack could rescue people from burning buildings.

Breakfast on TV One - Jetpakes takes leap onto Australian Stock Exchange
Peter Coker is interviewed by host Peter Williams regarding Martin Aircraft Company's Initial Public Offering

Channel 7 Sunshine Australia - Jetpacks have lift off
Not only targeted at first responder sector, the jetpack has some interest from the miltary, mining and farming as well as the hospitality and entertainment industries.

Australian Financial Review - Martin Jetpack fires up the Jetsons generation
Of all the new small-scale tech listings, Martin Jetpack stands out in the 'wow' factor stakes with the promise of an easily manoeuvrable, jet-powered flying conveyance for individuals.

 TV3 News - Kiwi Jetpack takes off in America
TV3 News NZ interviewed CEO and Managing Director Peter Coker regarding the partnership with US-based airborne first responder, Avwatch.

Gizmag: Martin Jetpack cloer to takeoff in first responder applications
The Martin Jetpack is a disruptive technology, much like the helicopter was when first developed, with substantial capabilities.

DailyMail UK: Will cops soon arrive by Jetpack?
Martin Aircraft Company reveals it is developing craft for Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense.

ShareCafe - Martin Jetpack Takes Off to Disrupt Aviation
Industries from retailing to media through to financial services have been shaken up by "disruptive" technology - now it is the turn of aviation and transportation.

Channel 7 News (Australia) - Jetpacks not just Science Fiction
A Kiwi Company is hoping to bring jetpacks into normal life by listing on the Australian Stock Exchange.

Wall Street Journal - Will Jetpacks take off soon?
Investors have a chance to buy shares in New Zealand-based jetpack makre, Martin Aircraft.

 Financial Review - Meet the Martin Jetpack
You could soon own James Bond-style Jetpack courtesy of Martin Aircraft.

ABC The Business - The Kiwi jetpack set to take-off on the ASX.
The Martin Jetpack is set for launch on the Australian Stock Exchange later this year, with Martin Aircraft looking to raise $25m through  an initial public offering.

Sydney Morning Herald - Martin Jetpack ready to take off
New jetpack takes to the skies. The inventor of a new jetpack is getting ready to start selling his creation.

The Australian Business Review: Jetpack maker plans public offering to help turn dream into reality
Martin Aircraft Company is looking to raise A$25 million through a December listing on Australia's securities exchange.

NPR- Out of The Comics, Into Reality: Jet Pack Moves Closer To Market
NPR highlights the past, present, and future of the Martin Jetpack. “What is really fantastic is taking something out of the comic books and actually using it in a practical world. This will change the whole dynamics of aviation.”

TIME Magazine- The 50 Best Inventions of 2010
The Martin Jetpack earns a front page spot on this prestigious list alongside a Flying Car, the Ipad, and other huge scientific breakthroughs.

CBS NCIS Season 7 Episode 11- Ignition
This popular TV show includes numerous mentions of the Martin Jetpack throughout the episode. “The Kiwis, everyone thinks that they are going to be the ones to crack the first viable prototype with the Martin.”

GQ Magazine- Today in Bro: Jetpacks, Bro. Jetpacks!
GQ features an update on the Martin Jetpack as it nears the market, announcing the CAA flight permit allowing the company to perform manned test flights.

Experimental Aircraft Association Martin Jetpack Reaches 5,000 Feet in Latest Test Flight
The EAA announces the latest milestone accomplishment for the team at Martin Aircraft: the jetpack reaching 5000 ft. in flight test. “This successful test brings the future another step closer,” inventor Glenn Martin said.

Popular Science - Best of What’s New 2013
Popular Science magazine includes the Martin Jetpack on the list for best of what’s new from the year 2013. The Jetpack earned a spot next to Scaled Composites Spaceship 2, BAE Systems Taranis, and NASA Chamber A.

Forbes Magazine- Practical Jetpacks (Finally) Take Off
“Jetpacks have been a staple of science fiction and movies for decades. Now a thirteen-person startup in New Zealand is flight testing a real, practical, honest-to-goodness jetpack for the masses.”

Aviation Week ‘First Practical’ Jetpack Attracts Security, Military Interest
Aviation week outlines the multiple uses for the Jetpack in emergency responder and thrill seekers. They state, “The military is also interested, for use on manned and unmanned missions ranging from radio relay to personnel insertion and cargo resupply.”

Wall Street Journal- No Flight of Fancy, the Jetpack Is Coming-From New Zealand
The Wall Street Journal provides insight on how Martin Aircraft Company prepares to launch the jetpack for consumers. Part of this step involves the Civil Aviation Authority and acquiring the necessary flight permits.

Popular Mechanics- 6 Wild New Personal Aircraft
Popular Mechanics compiled a list of newest additions to the aviation industry including the CarterCopter, the M400x Skycar and, of course, the Martin Jetpack.

Universe Today- Where’s My Jetpack? Right Here
Writer, Nancy Atkinson, reflects on the universal dream of flying a jetpack and describes the newest martin Jetpack model.

CNN- For 150k you could be Buzz Lightyear
CNN tells the story of inventor Glenn Martin’s life-long dream to build a jetpack and how his determination will change the world.

Business in Focus- Aiming High
“Imagine that you are cruising across the centre of the Grand Canyon, a jetpack strapped on to your back and nothing but the beauty and majesty of the moment between you and the ground. This is no longer science fiction or fantasy, The Martin Aircraft Company is now in the final stages of bringing to market the world’s first practical jetpack.”

NZ Edge- Local Test Flight Gets the Go-Ahead
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted a permit to the Martin Aircraft Company, allowing it to conduct manned test flights in New Zealand.

Engineering and Technology Magazine- Jetpack becomes a reality
This engineering magazine breaks down the specifications and features of the jetpack in a detailed annotated graphic.

 Magazines Today- Ready for Blast Off
In an interview with Inventor Glenn Martin, Magazines Today captures his vision and passion for making the world’s first practical jetpack.

 Zip Magazine- Awesome Jetpacks
Zip Magazine debuts the three Jet Packs that exist today: Yves Rossy and his Breitling delta wing, the Jetlev R200 water-propelled jet pack, and the Martin Aircraft Jet Pack.

TVNZ- Personal Jetpack gets Civil Aviation Authority approval
TVNZ announces a big step in the progression of Martin Jetpack with quotes from CEO Peter Coker, Pilot James Bowker, and Inventor Glenn Martin.

>GizMag- The Martin Jetpack
GizMag dives into the background of the Martin Jetpack by the history, technology, and plans for production rollout.

Future Finally Arrives as Martin Jetpack approved for manned test flights
Engadget announces the approval of manned test flights for the Martin Jetpack. 

Gizmodo - 2008 Popular Science Names 100 of 'Best of What's New' Technologies
Martin Jetpack is the top 100 under Aviation and Space.