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Spectacular Video: Human Jetpack Flies Around Mount Fuji, Japan

Spectacular Video: Human Jetpack Flies Around Moun...

Swiss adventurer Yves “Jetman” Rossy completed a spectacular flight near the iconic Japanese landmark, Mount Fuji, with his famous jetpack. This stunt was the first such flight in Asia to celebrate Mount Fuji’s designation as a world heritage site. Watch Video »
Jetman Buzzes Past Parachutes With His Jetpack

Jetman Buzzes Past Parachutes With His Jetpack

If I had a jet pack, I would flyby my friends under their measly parachutes too… just to tease them. Looks like Jetman Yves Rossy is still having (too much) fun. Hey Yves, if you ever get bored of that thing, send it my way, I’d like to have a go at it. Watch Video »
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 »
World's First Jetpack Flight Beside Passenger Aircraft

World's First Jetpack Flight Beside Passenger Airc...

Um, we can all agree that Yves “Jetman” Rossy is a total badass, right? Okay cool. Well he keeps upping his game, from controlled barrel rolls and flying loops around hot air balloons, to the world’s first flight beside a passenger aircraft — the Breitling DC-3. Not to mention footage from inside the aircraft as... Watch Video »
Human Flight With A Jetpack. For Real.

Human Flight With A Jetpack. For Real.

Have you ever dreamt of human flight? I’m not talking about “controlled falling.” I’m talking three-dimensional flight like a comic or video game, only real… up up down down left right left right (B)(A). Yves “Jetman” Rossy has made his dream a reality, and the more I see his jetpack flying skills improve, the more... Watch Video »
Jetman Over Rio: Making History, Again

Jetman Over Rio: Making History, Again

Yves “Jetman” Rossy once again pushed the boundaries of human flight to make history by completing an 11 minute flight with his jet-powered carbon wing over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, including his first-ever flight past the “Christ the Redeemer” statue. Since flying across the Grand Canyon and alongside two fighter jets, and now this, what’s... Watch Video »
Daredevil Loops Hot Air Balloon With Jetpack

Daredevil Loops Hot Air Balloon With Jetpack

Falling straight down is for chumps! Skydiving, BASE, speedflying, or gliding of any kind is now pretty pedestrian compared to flying with a jetpack. Watch as Jetman Yves Rossy loops a hot air balloon with his jet-powered carbon wing. He can fly up, peeps. UP! And there’s plenty more where that came from… check out... Watch Video »
Exclusive TED Talks: Fly With The Jetman, Yves Rossy

Exclusive TED Talks: Fly With The Jetman, Yves Ros...

The Jetman himself, Yves Rossy, took the stage at a recent TED Talks to share a powerful short film about his experience and accomplishments in his jet-powered wing. With 4 small turbine engines strapped to his back and a max speed of nearly 190 MPH (approx. 300 km/h), how could Yves not smile from ear... Watch Video »
Flying Into The Grand Canyon

Flying Into The Grand Canyon

Yves “Jetman” Rossy scoping out his landing area at sunset before his flight over the Grand Canyon with a jet-powered wing. Photo by Bruno Brokken. With a price tag of over $200,000, who wants a “Jetman” wing for Christmas? View Photo »
Yves "Jetman" Rossy Flies Over Grand Canyon

Yves "Jetman" Rossy Flies Over Grand Canyon

Swiss adventurer and former fighter pilot Yves “Jetman” Rossy completed an 8 minute flight over the Grand Canyon on Saturday – his first flight in the United States with his custom jet-powered carbon wing. Yves flew more than 195 feet (60 meters) above the canyon and reached speeds of up to 190 mph (305 km/h).... Watch Video »
Flight of The Jetman: Yves Rossy

Flight of The Jetman: Yves Rossy

Start zee engines! Rumor has it that ex-fighter pilot Yves “Jetman” Rossy had no choice but to design this amazing jetpack because his balls of steel were too heavy for skydiving. Ok, maybe not. But he has made history: he set the world record as the first person in a jet-powered wing to successfully cross... Watch Video »