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Amazing Video: 'Jet Man' stunts alongside fighter jets over Alps


Amazing pictures from Switzerland show where "jetman" Yves Rossy gave this incredible flying display, using a tailor-made jet pack. The aviation enthusiast leapt from a helicopter and performed a series of aerial acrobatics above the Alps. He then joined two jet planes in a synchronized flight. To synchronise their flight paths the jets reduced their speed to 220 kilometres per hour (137 miles per hour), which put their engines at a point close to stalling. Rossy's previous aerial feats include flying the English Channel and looping the loop around a hot-air on Twitter: on Facebook:

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  • properREDeye#

    properREDeye November 8, 2013 2:47:05 PM CET

    How high & fast was that? You would think that it could be a huge tactical advantage if they can develop tech to keep pilots alive at higher altitudes without a body on the craft, radar would be almost useless and finding them by eye would be hard too. It would be like Flash Gordon lol

  • Spikey#

    Spikey November 8, 2013 12:28:21 PM CET


    Strap a few air to air missiles on those wings and save hundreds of millions on those other jets!

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