Published: Sat, December 02, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Watch 2 insane wingsuit flyers land into a moving plane

Watch 2 insane wingsuit flyers land into a moving plane

Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet, known as the Soul Flyers, caught up with and flew into a plane in mid-air.

Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet took more than 100 practice flights to ideal the hazardous stunt with pilot Philippe Bouvier and co-ordinator and navigator Yves Rossy.

The fliers prepared themselves at the top of Switzerland's Jungfrau mountain and jumped off at Rossy's command.

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The daring Red Bull wingsuit pilots leap from the top of a mountain with the ultimate goal of landing in the open door of a mid-air plane.

The Pilatus Porter light aircraft was expertly flown by experienced pilot Philippe Bouvier and navigated by project coordinator Yves "Jetman" Rossy.

The pair are able to "fly" through the alpine sky with the help of their wingsuits, losing just a couple of metres of altitude per second.

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Reffet, 33, said: "The conditions were flawless and we were well prepared, but it was still an incredibly hard challenge". Going up to 4,000 meters, it physically costs a lot.

This was a homage to a BASE-jumper called Patrick de Gayardon, who jumped out of a plane and then flew back into it in 1997, according to CNET. "It is a huge achievement".

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