The Kitty Hawk Flyer is a single-seat aircraft designed for recreational users.

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It seats just one person and has 10 electrically powered propellers.

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Because the Flyer falls under the FAA's ultralight designation, no pilot's license is required to operate it.

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The Flyer can travel at up to 20 mph, with flight times lasting 12 to 20 minutes depending on conditions.

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Kitty Hawk plans to sell the Flyer, with presales open now. No price has yet been announced.

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Because it's electric rather than internal-combustion, Kitty Hawk says the Flyer is no louder than a lawnmower from 50 feet away.

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