There is a reason why it is called Ultralight aircraft. AirBoard moves in reaction to shifts in the rider’s weight and flies thanks to four propellers fitted either side of the foot panels. The rider is standing in a vertical position with his feet on the board and both hands holding handles. When turned on, the aircraft starts to hover in constant height from the ground. Pilot can use a button located on the handle in a thumb reachable area to adjust the flight altitude and lean further to accelerate the vehicle. The more a person shifts forward, the faster the vehicle flies forward. To stop the vehicle or fly backwards, the pilot has to shift his weight to the rear or press the power button which will slowly stop the vehicle and land.