After almost a lifetime of work, aviator and engineer Glenn Martin is ready to produce and sell an actual, personal jetpack.
But actually, it's not a jetpack per se. Actual jets would have the unfortunate side effect of burning you, so the "Martin Jetpack" might be better described as a hoverpack -- it uses twin turbines to generate 600lbs of thrust. It can fly for about 30 minutes before having to refuel (with gasoline.)
Made out of carbon fiber composites, the 500lb hoverpack has a 200 hp, 2 stroke engine designed by Mr. Martin himself. It has a range of 31.5 miles and top speed of 63 MPH. If you feel brave enough, you can hover at heights of up to 8000ft, but something like this will probably be used much closer to the ground.
You don't need any sort of aviation license to pilot this device, but you will need to complete a training course given by the Glenn Martin company beforehand, if you want to get flying. Built in the United States, each hoverpack will be selling for an even $100,000 USD.