A new world record has been set for the longest flight by hover board.
On the 30th of April, 2016, French jet ski racer Franky Zapata traveled 2,252 meters on his company's Flyboard Air.
The futuristic craft users and independent proportion units to soar through the skies, and can remain airborne for 10 minutes.
It's claimed that the board can fly up to 150 kilometers per hour, and as high as up to 10,000 feet.
The fly board air has already generated plenty of interest.
When a video of a test flight went viral last month amassing over 4 million views on YouTube to date.
Frankie's record has beaten the previous Guinness World record for hover board flight which was set in 2015 when Canadian Inventor Catalin Alexander Duru flew 275.9 meters.
With the new record established, we only have one question.
When can we buy one?
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