Fish Fry Flashback! A Revolution in the Skies – How Mayman Aerospace’s VTOL Air Utility Vehicles will Change the World
by Amelia Dalton
In honor of a momentous season of Fish Fry, we are ending the year with a spotlight on Amelia’s 500th episode with David Mayman! (CEO – Mayman Aerospace and inventor of the jetpack)
It’s finally here!!! The 500th episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry podcast has arrived! My special guest is the one and only David Mayman! (CEO – Mayman Aerospace) David and I chat about his motivation to design jetpacks and air utility vehicles and the evolution of the Mayman Aerospace’s Speeder VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) air utility vehicle. We also discuss the future of aviation and how these kinds of air utility vehicles can change not only the future of aviation but also the world at large. Also this week, to celebrate this momentous occasion, I share some of my favorite experiences working on this long-running podcast.
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