Wingsuit fliers jump from 13642-foot Alps summit into plane in midair

Posted Ноября 30, 2017

The stunt was performed over the French Alps.

Red Bull, a company that is known for sharing insane stunts, posted a video on its website of two French wingsuit flyers jumping off the top of Switzerland's Jungfrau Mountain and landing inside a moving plane.

Two wingsuit flyers jumped from the summit of a mountain in the Swiss Alps, landing inside a moving plane in what can only be described as an insane stunt.

Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet took more than 100 practice flights to ideal the hazardous stunt with pilot Philippe Bouvier and co-ordinator and navigator Yves Rossy.

While flying at vast speeds, they managed to land inside the door of a Pilatus Porter aircraft - a door measuring just 1.6m wide by 1.25m high. During the stunt itself they were able to communicate with the plane's pilot.

Wingsuit flyers Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet catch up to the plane.

It took more than 100 test flights and a first attempt that had to be abandoned, but the Soul Flyers finally achieved the seemingly impossible. During the first training session in Spain, Fred managed to fly into the plane, but I failed and hurt my ribs. When you're in the plane and you see your friend flying closer and closer, it's incredible.

"We wanted to do it differently by jumping from a mountain".