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Jetman Yves Rossy isn't waiting for the promise of personal flight to come to him--he's jumping out of a plane after it! We head to Bex, Switzerland to catch up with Yves and his jet-powered carbon wing.

Jetman Hot Air Balloon Flight
  • Jetman Hot Air Balloon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing out of a hot air balloon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ALAIN ERNOULT
  • Jetman Hot Air Balloon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing out of a hot air balloon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ALAIN ERNOULT
  • Jetman Hot Air Balloon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing out of a hot air balloon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ANDR�? BERNET
  • Jetman Aircraft Formation
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing in formation with other aircraft.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ALAIN ERNOULT
  • Jetman Aircraft Formation
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing in formation with other aircraft.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ALAIN ERNOULT
  • Jetman Grand Canyon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing over the Grand Canyon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ANDR� BERNET
  • Jetman Grand Canyon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing over the Grand Canyon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ANDR� BERNET
  • Jetman Grand Canyon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing over the Grand Canyon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ANDR� BERNET
  • Jetman Grand Canyon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing over the Grand Canyon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ANDR� BERNET
  • Jetman Grand Canyon Flight
  • Jetman Yves Rossy flys his jetwing over the Grand Canyon.

  • Image Credit: JETMAN / ANDR� BERNET


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      • 2 Years Ago
      Pretty cool. Tho it seems the main focus should be of course, refining the engines/energy source. However there are entirely too many people getting fitlhy rich on oil, so why find a solution for everyone? How can the few, continue to maintain control over the masses, if reliable, renewable energy were accessable to everyone?
      tlr0104555
      • 2 Years Ago
      too cool..............
      Dave Rotthoff
      • 2 Years Ago
      Despite having a son-in-law jump qualified while stationed at Fort Bragg, this ancient Air Force officer firmly maintains that there is something inherently mentally unstable on the part of anyone who willingly dons a parachute and jumps out of a perfectly-functioning airplane.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Can I?Can I?
      • 2 Years Ago
      Would have been nice if 2 simple questions were asked during that interview. The first being how fast does he travel when the engines get activated? And secondly, how much flight time does he have before he runs out of fuel?
      mlb7731
      • 2 Years Ago
      I am 68 and I would love to try that.
      ickster01
      • 2 Years Ago
      It's a powered glider...big deal. Can't even develop enough thrust to take off on its own And the headline is misleading...typical Huff Post...next they will have Obama flying one....
        satchskat
        • 2 Years Ago
        @ickster01
        I heard they have a video of ALL of the TParty members ******* YOUR MOTHER IN THE ASS. Just sayin'
      lewlo
      • 2 Years Ago
      i hate the long ads, especially after paying a monthly fee
      • 2 Years Ago
      What a Hoot!!!!!
      • 2 Years Ago
      I think it was amazing that someone could be so determine and bold to jump out of a airplane.
      carmine
      • 2 Years Ago
      wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! I want one
      kmclancy1
      • 2 Years Ago
      Awesome!
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