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Would You Go To Jetman School? Hell YES!

Would You Go To Jetman School? Hell YES!

I’m sorry, say what?! You mean we can actually learn to fly like Jetman? Hell YES! It looks like Jetman Yves Rossy is working on an unpowered version of his carbon wing and opening a school to teach people how to fly it. Jetman has earned worldwide recognition for developing and flying a jet-powered wing... Watch Video »
Project Blanix: Wingsuit + Glider Plane Formation

Project Blanix: Wingsuit + Glider Plane Formation

Following Red Bull’s glider-to-glider stunt, the Red Bull Skydive Team performed a spectacular performance high in the skies above Austria well worthy of any James Bond film. As part of the Blani(X) 3 project, the five-man team set off in hot pursuit of two Blanik gliders cruising 13,000 feet (about 4,000 meters) above the ground,... Watch Video »
60 Seconds Of Speedflying

60 Seconds Of Speedflying

It’s been a few weeks since I last posted a speedflying video — watch Douggs speedflying in New Zealand. So here’s a short clip from Team Lorit’s Christof Happ and Daniel Naschberger as they rip it up in the Austrian Alps with their Swing Spitfire gliders. Fun times guys! Watch Video »
Wait A Second While I Switch Gliders

Wait A Second While I Switch Gliders

WTF Paul, the other glider wasn’t fast enough for you?! :) Another great shot from Red Bull’s “Mission Blanix” glider-to-glider stunt by Paul Steiner — a talented member of the Red Bull Skydive Team. Check out the other photo of Paul playing pin the tail on the glider that I posted a few weeks ago. View Photo »
Pin The Tail On The Glider

Pin The Tail On The Glider

This is a snapshot of Paul Steiner from the Red Bull Skydive Team as he pulls off the final phase of his glider-to-glider stunt, dubbed “Mission Blanix,” in 2008. If you haven’t already seen the video, click here to check out the Red Bull Glider-to-Glider stunt. Photo by Markus Zinner. View Photo »
Red Bull Glider-to-Glider Stunt

Red Bull Glider-to-Glider Stunt

Skydiver Paul Steiner hangs from the wing of a Red Bull glider (well it’s actually a Blanik glider, which must be German for “badass”), then calmly sits down on the wing of another glider. As if that were a little too boring for Steiner, he then stands up to form a human connection between both... Watch Video »