Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Super Hotdogger!Oscar Mayer is once again expanding its WienerFleet—this time adding the world’s first-ever jet pack-powered “high-flying hot dog hero.”Decked out in the company’s classic ketchup-and-mustard color scheme, Super Hotdogger—and their aerodynamic frankfurters—defy gravity to bring the people what they really want: cooked sausages in a sliced bun.“Oscar Mayer will stop at nothing when it comes to providing quality hot dogs to fans everywhere and our innovative WienerFleet is an integral part of our mission to get a better hot dog in every hand,” brand manager Matt Riezman said in a statement.Since overhauling its recipe last year (promising to remove all added nitrates and nitrites, by-products, and artificial preservatives), the meat maker has found fresh ways to deliver food to hungry folks around the country.Last year, it introduced two new vehicles: the WienerCycle (a three-wheeled moped with a sidecar that doubles as a warming station) to travel on land, and an unmanned WienerDrone aircraft, designed for remote location drop-offs.“With the debut of Super Hotdogger and last year’s WienerDrone, the future of flying hot dog delivery is bright,” Riezman said.There is no word on the technology behind the flying hero, apparently now delivering new pork and chicken hot dogs (where, when, or exactly how remains a mystery).Much like the aerial WienerDrone—which seems practical only if you’re stranded in the woods or starving on a desert island—it’s unclear why anyone would call a man in a sausage-colored jumpsuit and rocket pack.Super Hotdogger made his first public flight this week at New York’s Seaport District, where fans enjoyed complimentary franks and toured the iconic Wienermobile, introduced in 1936 to promote and advertise Oscar Mayer products.Missed Monday’s display? The brand is giving a year’s supply of free hot dogs (delivered, somewhat disappointingly, by the Wienermobile), to fans who share a photo of how they top their frankfurter. Visit their Twitter or Instagram channels for official contest rules.