Inventors Around the World Work to Make Jetpacks Mainstream

Could jetpacks be the new way to travel? Inventors across the globe are trying to develop the tech. The most recent successful attempt was in France by inventor Franky Zapata. He flew over the English Channel. In the United Kingdom, Richard Browning invented a jetpack suit that successfully allowed him to travel from one boat to another. Down in Australia, David Mayman flew in circles around the Sydney Opera House. InsideEdition.com's Justine Re reports.