Ex-Fighter Pilot Demonstrates His New Jet-Propelled Wing, Opening Doors To New Realms Of Possibility
December 11, 2014
Swiss ex-fighter pilot and the first man to fly with a jet-propelled wing, Yves Rossy, is once again pushing the boundaries of aviation.
Rossy's formation flight with Aerobatics Champion Veres Zoltan
Rossy - also known as "Jetman" - is the culmination of decades of fulfilling a childhood dream through technological innovation, determination, teamwork and courage.
In 2006, Rossy became the first man in the history of aviation to fly with a jet-propelled wing.
In the video below, he demonstrates his new wing - composed of 4 JET-CAT P200 engines, weighing 121 pounds, and reaching speeds of 124 miles per hour.
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