Modern airplanes typically don’t come cheap. The military's F-35, for example, comes in at around $100 million apiece, using low estimates. But even civilian planes, like Learjets, range from $20 million new to $2.5 million used. New personal airplane startup Cobalt wants to undercut the whole market, and look good doing it. Their Co50 Valkyrie has sleek lines that scream "future", and it’ll only set early bird pilots back a mere $610,000.