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Years ago, aviation enthusiast and inventor Yves Rossy dreamed of soaring through the sky like a bird.
The inaugural flight lasted six minutes in Bex, Switzerland, and included an emergency parachute programmed to automatically open if he were to black out, NBC11 reported at the time.
Passing from free fall to a gentle glide, Rossy then triggered four jet turbines and accelerated to 186 miles an hour as a crowd on the mountaintop below gasped — then cheered.
Originally posted by jhill76
I just wonder who or which country will approach him first? This would be easy to drop a man in a hot zone and him get out quickly without trying to land a coptor.