The FlytCycle, Flyt Aerospace's test hoverbike project, has undergone numerous designs and configurations. In fact, the company has designed, built and tested 11 different vehicle designs. It has conducted hundreds of flight tests, including some manned tests, and have flown public demonstrations in four different countries.
Out of this process came the Red Hummingbird, an eight rotor hoverbike meant for recreational and fleet-based use. The prototype vehicle was completed in January 2020, with the first test flight happening on January 30. Following additional testing and upgrades, the company will move to manned test flights, with the goal of publicly demonstrating the Red Hummingbird later in 2020.
Future program phases include building two-seater skydiving drones, a two-seater recreational vehicle, and, eventually, advanced eVTOL aircraft for mass transportation use.