Human Flight Machine ▶1 - Jetman Carbon Fiber Wing Suit

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πŸ‘‰• Jetman carbon fiber wing suit

Jetman carbon fiber wing suit

The carbon-fiber wingsuit is powered by four mini jet engines, and the team's engineers were able to create a manually controlled thrust vectoring nozzle that allows pilots "to control rotations around the yaw axis at zero speeds."

  • ▸ Maximum distance: 50km
  • ▸ Maximum speed: 220 KTS
  • ▸ Minimum speed: hover
  • ▸ Flight duration: 13 minutes

Three engineers – Mohammed Rashid Chembankandy from India, AndrΓ© Bernet from Switzerland and chief engineer Matthieu Courtois from France – developed the pioneering technology that helped make this stunt possible.

Together they built and adjusted a manually controlled thrust vectoring nozzle that allows the pilot to control rotations around the yaw axis at zero speeds, making human control of the wing possible in all flight phases without the aid of any electronic stabilisation systems.


00:49 ● 1. LOFT: The Jetman Story - (Official Teaser) 

LOFT: The Jetman Story

Upcoming feature-length documentary, "LOFT: The Jetman Story" releases the first official teaser unveiling a Jetman Dubai world-first, an extraordinary step towards completely autonomous personal flight. Featuring Jetman pilots Yves Rossy, Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen are seen flying in formation through the fjords of stunning Norway.


04:07 ● 2. Jetman Dubai Takeoff 

Jetman Dubai Takeof

On Friday, February 14th, 2020: #Jetman Vince Reffet took off, headed south towards Jumeirah Beach Residence, building speed and height. In 8 seconds he had reached 100 meters height, in 12 seconds 200m, 19 seconds 500m, and reached 1000m in 30 seconds at an average speed of 130 knots. At the end of a 3-minute flight punctuated by a roll and a loop at 1800m altitude, Jetman Vince Reffet opened his parachute at 1500m before landing back at Skydive Dubai.

It is the first time that a #JetmanDubai pilot could combine hovering safely at a limited altitude and flying aerobatics at high altitude in the same flight.

Controlled from the ground by the human body, the equipment enables Jetman Dubai to reach speeds of 400kmh, as well as hovering, changing direction and performing loops. 

Jetman Dubai have accomplished another world first in their quest to achieve 100 per cent autonomous human flight: a take-off from the ground, transitioning into a high-altitude flight.

Jetman pilot Vince Reffet successfully launched into the air from the runway of Skydive Dubai and flew up to 1,800m altitude. This milestone proved that Jetmen can now fly directly upwards from a standing start without the need for an elevated platform.

Reffet was equipped with a carbon fibre wing powered by four mini jet engines. Controlled by the human body, the equipment enables the Jetman to reach speeds of 400kmh, as well as hovering, changing direction and performing loops.


07:52 ● 3. Mission Human Flight - China Tianmen Mountain

Mission Human Flight - China Tianmen Mountain

Mission Human Flight – A quest towards 100% autonomous flight. Our two Jetman pilots Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen gets up close with the public at the Tianmen Mountain, bringing future Jetman pilot Ahmed Al Shehhi along with them.  This is a unique opportunity for the team to fly in an environment that contains both overhead and underlying obstacles straight through the Tianmen Cave, also known as Heaven’s Gate.


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In memory of Vincent Reffet

In memory of Vincent Reffet

‘Jetman’ Who Flew Beside a Plane Dies While Training in Dubai

Vincent Reffet, a French stuntman known for limit-defying jumps from the world’s tallest towers and highest mountains, and aerial feats alongside planes using a jetpack, died in Dubai during a training session on Tuesday, his company said. He was 36.

A free-flying world champion and avid BASE jumper, Mr. Reffet had undertaken breathtaking feats including a record-breaking jump of over 2,700 feet from a platform above the Burj Khalifa, and a midair dive into a plane from a 13,000-foot mountain in Switzerland.

Jetman Dubai, of which he was a member, confirmed his death but provided no further details. 

“Vince was a talented athlete and a much-loved and respected member of our team,” Jetman Dubai said in a statement, adding that the group was working with the authorities.


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