BASE Jumping Into an Airplane Looks as Crazy as it Sounds

After 100 test flights and an vacated first aim, the Soul Flyers obligated history when Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet leapt from the upper part of the 4,158 metre Jungfrau summit in the Swiss Alps into a small aircraft. The…

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385 Feet of Crazy: The Most Audacious Flying Machine Ever

Paul Allen, the billionaire fund Stratolaunch, has been mesmerized with space travel since infancy. “When you see that beings aircraft, it’s a bit nutty, ” he says. But his purpose is more practical: vie in the private gap business. Rutan…

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Those with a fear of flying should not watch this plane’s nearly vertical take-off

In a stunt considered delicious by many( though deep anxiety-inducing to many others ), a pilot managed to perform an almost vertical liftoff with a large Airbus A3 50 at the ILA Berlin air show in April. According to the…

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Remembering A Legend: 5 Times Buddy Holly Performed In Front Of An Audience Of 2,000 Fortune-Tellers All Screaming At Him To Never Get On An Airplane

Gone too soon, stone ’n’ roll icon Buddy Holly left behind a legacy of trailblazing music and mythical live demonstrates, including several conducts for millions of screaming fortune-tellers craving him to escape his obscurity fate and eschew ever get the…

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NOAA Hurricane Hunters Fly Into the Eyes of Storms to Gather Lifesaving Data. This is Irma

Slicing through the eyewall of a hurricane, buffeted by shouting puffs, dazing torrent and murderous updrafts and downdrafts before entering the relative allay of the storma s attention, NOAAa s two Lockheed WP-3D Orion four-engine turboprop aircraft, afectionately nicknamed “Kermit”(…

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Court tells the FAA to revisit ‘the Case of the Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat’

Image: Lex Rayton/ imageBROKER/ REX/ Shutterstock In this week’s airlines-keep-disappointing-us word, the Federal Aviation Administration has observed itself at the centre of “the Case of the Staggering Shrinking Airline Seat.” SEE ALSO: Airplane Accommodates Are About to Get Smaller and…

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