There is no doubt that Yves Rossy otherwise known the Jetman is both brave and cool, but now he has surpassed that by flying in formation with a couple of L-39C Albatros jet planes, this took place over the Swiss Alps and lasted for around ten minutes before heading to the ground with the help of his parachute.
These the words that accompany the video, explaining the formation flight;
Yves “Jetman” Rossy has shifted up yet another gear with a formation flight alongside two jets from the Breitling Jet Team. The world`s first jet-powered man jumped off a helicopter with his rigid wing equipped with four jet engines. Adjusting his trajectory and altitude by his body movements alone, he then performed aerobatic figures above the Swiss Alps in the company of two L-39C Albatros planes from the Breitling Jet Team, the world`s largest professional civilian aerobatics team performing on jets.
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