By Deb Flomberg
If you are sick of the same, boring activities week in and week out, then it’s time to enjoy something new and exciting. Why not consider taking Jetpack Flight Lessons from Jetpack America? The fun of a jetpack is no longer science fiction, as you can enjoy the feeling of true weightlessness, soaring high above the earth in a unique water-propelled jetpack experience. Now isn’t that a fun way to spend an afternoon? It’s certainly a great way to try something totally new and different.
Your two-hour flight lessons will include everything you need to feel like a superhero. You’ll view a safety video, demonstrating all of the technology of the amazing Jetlev jetpacks and the training process, as well as in-pack training using a model jetpack. Then it’s time to set to the skies, for your 15 – 50 minutes of flying time (times vary depending on the package you select.) You’ll be able to communicate with your instructor back on the land, and the instructor will be able to safely guide you through a remote throttle control. Plus, you can get your own amazing video of your flight session.
The feeling of soaring 30 feet above the water in the amazing water-propelled jetpack is truly unlike anything else. With a feeling of total weightlessness and that amazing ability to move in three dimensions, you’ll love the rush and the thrill you get from this incredible recreational activity. So grab your buddies and make your reservations now for this one-of-a-kind experience.
Make it a truly memorable day by setting out for the destination in your 2014 E350 Sport Wagon from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll be picking up all your friends in style as you cruise together enjoying the elegance and comfort of the one and only Mercedes-Benz. This is the perfect accompaniment to making your day at Jetpack America truly special.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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