Below is a list of methods to achieve flight
- Cosmic energy control: Using power from the universe (Sun, Moon, Stars)
- Digital Flight: Fly through manipulation of digital data.
- Elemental Flight: Fly through manipulation of different types of energy and matter, either by riding the element/energy or being propelled by it.
- Energy Propulsion: Denying gravity (Energy Blast, Life-Force Manipulation)
- Extra-Dimensional Flight
- Gyrokinetic Flight: Flies by controlling the gravity around the user by (Gravity Manipulation, Centrifugal Force Manipulation)
- Personal Gravity: through the manipulation of once personal gravity field users can achieve a classical way of flight.
- Avoiding the notice of gravity: "Missing the Earth" as you fall, this is actually what keeps satellites up there.
- Gravity Negation: Fly by ignoring gravity.
- Lunar Flight: Flies through manipulation of lunar energy/substances, either by riding the lunar energy/substances or being propelled by it.
- Directional Manipulation: Pushing yourself into another direction (Force Manipulation)
- Magnetic Levitation: Makes user magnetically repellent (Magnetism Manipulation, Lateral Repulsion)
- Molecular Manipulation: Flies by having user pass through air molecules (Molecular Manipulation)
- Radiokinetic Flight: Flies by using radiation.
- Rainbow Flight: Fly using rainbows.
- Solar Flight: Flies through manipulation of solar energy/substances, either by riding the solar energy/substances or being propelled by it.
- Sonic repulsion field: Launch oneself with sound (Sound Manipulation, Sonic Scream)
- Telekinesis: User picks up their own molecules (Telekinesis, Telekinetic Flight)
- Thermo-chemical energy: Launch oneself off the ground by heat or combustion (Jet Propulsion)
- Thermokinetic Flight: Propel oneself through the air at high speeds via atmospheric temp. shifting.
- Air Swimming: Swimming through the air as if it were water.
- Motion Paradox: Being able to move through space without physically moving the body.
- Newtonian Motion Defiance: Ignoring the Laws of Motion to move by applying force to oneself, while being independent of outside forces.