Let us face the facts - jetpack pilots get all the fun.
David Mayman recently got a mind-blowing view of one New York's most iconic features the Statue of Liberty, using a jetpack.
In a video posted to YouTube, the daring pilot can be seen getting up close and personal with the famous landmark.
The company behind the jetpack, Jetpack Aviation, stated that Mayman was using the "world's only true jetpack the JB-9," which utilises two engines powered by kerosene.
Describing how user-friendly the device is, JetAviation states: "We believe a JetPack should be just that – a jet turbine powered backpack that is capable of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), is extremely light and small and can easily be carried around by the pilot.
"It should be powerful enough to lift the pilot quickly to thousands of feet above the ground but small enough to fit into the trunk of a car. Meet the JB-9 JetPack."
According to the firm, plans for JB-10 are underway as the Jet Aviation team say it could reach a 100 miles per hour.
See, we told you jetpack pilots have all the fun.