Sky High

The designers of the Airwolf are utilizing cutting-edge technologies to challenge the old ways of flying, transportation and fun by blasting off into the future.
Words by Zelda Grant | June 26, 2024 | Lifestyle

Ever seen old re-runs of The Jetsons on TV? Imagine in a few years’ time, having a flying machine parked in your garage. The sun is shining. The sky is clear. You enter the garage and approach the sparkling Airwolf. Thinking about the feeling of flight, you can’t help but smile. You get in, buckle up, and twist the accelerator. Airwolf rises from the ground in a pure vertical. Turn the accelerator even more, and shoot up into the sky. The acceleration pushes you back into your seat, like flooring the gas pedal in an electric car. In just 3 seconds, you’re flying at a brisk 62 mph, with a top speed of 140 mph. Today, just like every other day, you hesitate about whether to fly in Sports Mode and cut corners while enjoying the G-forces, or fly in Comfort Mode and take in the landscape, clouds and sun. You feel alive, full of energy, and completely free. When back home, simply plug it in and prepare for the next adventure — or a grocery store run; UDX.Aero.