The world's only aerobatic formation wingwalking team join the world's only Jetman team to share and showcase their passion for flying and for exploring the sky in a more unconventional and exciting way.
After six years from Yves Rossy's first formation flight with the Wingwalkers, Jetman No. 1, together with Jetman No. 2 Vince Reffet, performs a new aerial feat with the Breitling team over the Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina skyline.
Who are the Wingwalkers?
UK based AeroSuperBatics have been specialists in display flying for over 30 years and operate one of the best known and loved civilian air display acts in Europe.
They are seen live by over six million spectators each year in the UK alone. They perform a breathtaking sequence of acrobatic manoeuvres and handstands whilst strapped to the top wings of the team's beautiful Boeing Stearman biplanes.
See them in action during a show in Al Ain a few years back:
Who are the Jetman?
Part of the XDubai team, the duo have performed various stunts in Dubai's skies.
A career in the Swiss Air Force and a commercial pilot put Yves Rossy on the flightpath to becoming Jetman, and he hasn't looked down since. Starting his journey into history with free-fall before swiftly moving on to more and more sophisticated - and experimental - forms of flight, Yves worked tirelessly to realise his lofty dream of taking to the sky.
He reached that goal in 2006, becoming the first man in the history of aviation to fly with a jet-propelled wing.
Then in 2008, 'Jetman' came to the world's attention with a spectacular flight over the English Channel nearly 100 years after the first crossing by air and now he's moved his operations to Dubai.
Vince Reffet is a well-known name in the world of skydiving and comes from a family of skydivers. He has achieved extraordinary, gravity-defying feats including a record-breaking BASE0jump from the world's tallest building - Dubai's Burj Khalifa - as well as a jump from 10,000 metres over Mont Blanc in France. Vince Reffet has been trained and mentored by Yves 'Jetman' Rossy since 2009.
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