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By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:42 pm
Swooping into a sky near you!
 
Swiss daredevil Yves Rossy who is nicknamed ‘Jetman’ has taken to the skies to fly his winged jetpack. This time though, he was flying in formation with a vintage Spitfire piloted by Nigel Lamb. The Spitfire that is based in Duxford in Cambridgeshire decided to join the Jetman in the skies as part of a celebration of the history of aviation. Built during World War ll. The Spitfire gives a much more comfortable and longer ride then the Jetwing which can only stay up in the air for 13 minutes. Mad, crazy or brave? You decide. 
                                                                                                                                                                                   
Rossy who is aged 53 and is an ex-fighter pilot said, to fly in formation with this wonderful plane is an incredible experience. Since my technology is getting more reliable I am very confident. So now when I fly instead of worrying incase something goes wrong I can simply enjoy the view. He ended the conversation by saying, under my wing I am free. I have the perfect view. Well Yves I think we can all agree with you on that one. 
 
If you have discovered some great technology, why don’t you let me know by clicking on read more & comment! Im going to grab my own jetpack and take to the Habbo skies.

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