Aerobatic flying

Aviation Talents Teamed up in Dubai Desert

Putting together a video of extreme athletes who are at the top of their games always worked. So what happens when you let two men who dedicated their lives to aviation to play in the sky? In 2006, Yves Rossy became the first man in the history of aviation to fly with a jet-propelled wing. Since 1982, Veres Zoltan has accumulated more than 19,000 flying hours in more than a 120 different types of aircraft ranging from Russian aerobatic radial engine single seat aircraft to ultra-modern Boeing airliners. Those two most colourful names in aviation today completed a sensational formation flight over Dubai desert. Check it out.
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Jetman a.ka. Yves Rossy first came to the world’s attention in May 2008 with his first official flight over the Swiss Alps. In September 2008, 99 years after the first crossing of the English Channel by air, he followed the path of Louis Blériot, achieving an amazing flight that was broadcast live to 165 countries and widely covered by the media worldwide. Yves Rossy became legendary – even though, from his perspective, he has just opened the door on the realms of possibility…

And it seems he wants to take that realms further. Back in the sky pushing the boundaries of aviation, together with Hungarian aerobatics European Champion and multiple Guinness record holder Zoltan Veres, they complete a sensational formation flight in Dubai. But the best is yet to come. Watch until the end to know why…

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