This is by far the coolest, most amazing, most insane… this is the ULTIMATE WINGSUIT VIDEO! Check out the crazy stuff these guys do in the Norwegian mountains… you really won’t believe it. Jean Loic Albert explains how these guys fly within hands reach of the cliff face, something called proximity flying and how they manage to push themselves to the absolute limit. You know how they say: “Boy got skills” and this is definitely true. Enjoy!

The ultimate wingsuit video!

Gyro hang glider

This has to be one of the most weird looking flying machines ever to reach for the skies. This thing looks as if a helicopter met up with a hang glider and humped it like crazy… and then the waited for the result. I wouldn’t have the balls to fly such a thing, but there are some fearless guys out there that don’t mind flying a meat grinder attached to a triangular piece of metal. Don’t really think this gyro hang glider will ever catch on.

Gyro hang glider

Very cool video filmed by the guys at Jones Air, Australia. Great images showing the dangers but also the thrills of aerial crop dusting. This job requires not only great skill but also a lot of attention, one of the main reasons this profession has such a high number of fatal accidents is the high number of power lines these pilots must avoid while trying to get the best coverage possible, and that is just during the day. Imagine what these guys face during night flying… Enjoy the Air Tractors and their pilots at work in this great aerial crop dusting video.

Aussie crop dusters

Blue Eagles

The Blue Eagles is a British professional helicopter aerobatic team. Formed nearly 40 years ago, the Blue Eagles team is also famous for including the first British female military air display pilot: Sgt Julie Wiles. They fly four Gazelle light helicopters and one Westland Lynx. The Blue Eagles team is composed entirely of volunteers. The team continues to fly out of Middle Wallop and its repertoire includes formation flying, loops, rolls, breaks, and many other standard aerobatic maneuvers. Watch them “work their magic” in this amazing video, soundtrack is Queen – A kind of magic…

Blue Eagles

Jeb Corliss is a professional BASE jumper, skydiver, and wingsuit flyer. “BASE” is an acronym that stands for the four categories of fixed objects from which one can jump:

* Building
* Antenna (an uninhabited tower such as an aerial mast)
* Span (a bridge or arch)
* Earth (a cliff or other natural formation)

On April 2006, Jeb Corliss was arrested while attempting to jump from the observation deck of the Empire State Building. As a result he was fired and banned from all future Discovery Networks projects (he had been hired as host of the Discovery Channel program Stunt Junkies). Anyway check out this great video featuring Jeb Corliss having fun all over the world jumping from all sorts of things. Also included is some wingsuit action. Enjoy!

Jeb Corliss BASE demo

RC helicopter fun flying

After seeing this video i was like WOW! This guy is amazing. The things he does with that little RC helicopter are just amazing. Anyway, his nae is Alan Szabo, Jr. and he went “fun flying” with his Raptor 90 in Las Vegas in 2004. Have a look at his amazing display. Boy got skills!!!

RC helicopter fun flying

Sensations

The Patrouille Acrobatique de France commonly referred to as Patrouille de France and sometimes abbreviated as PAF, is the precision aerobatic demonstration team of the French Air Force. Pilots fly the Dassault-Breguet/Dornier Alpha Jet since 1981. Jump inside the cockpit of the Patrouille de France pilots for an amazing ride. Feel what they feel as they fly in close formation with precision and elegance. Sensations…

Sensations

The real Batman

Jean Loic Albert is one of the pioneers of slope flying. Basically, what slope flying means, is you take a wingsuit and glide a few meters above a slope. It doesn’t really get much more extreme than this. I think this can certainly be categorized as low level flying.

The real Batman

Flying lawn mower

You all know what a lawn mower is. Hell, you’ve probably even used one sometime in your life. But how many flying lawn mowers have you seen? Probably none. But don’t worry. Here is a cool video of a lawn mower doing crazy loops and …. well…. just flying around.

Flying lawn mower

Really bad take-off

Well, I have seen some very bad take-offs in my life. But this one, I have to admit, must one of the worst. I think the airplane in question is a Grumman G-21 Goose flying boat. This type of airplane has been around since the 1930s. Seems such a tragic end for a WWII veteran. Good thing nobody got hurt.

Really bad take-off