Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington long-lasting pilots, skydivers and individuals from the Red Bull Air Force avionics team will endeavor the first “plane trade,” where they will fly their planes near one another, put them into a plunge and afterward skydive into one another’s airplane prior to making a protected landing.
Aikins said in an explanation he was roused to do the trick 22 quite a while back in the wake of seeing a photograph in an aeronautics magazine and has spent quite a while getting ready for this second.일본야동
“It’s the zenith of my vocation, and my objective is to move the world and show that the sky is the limit. You can focus on something that on occasion appears to be wild, insane and unreachable, yet through desire and imagination, you can get it going,” he said.
The trick, which will be livestreamed on Hulu on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET., incorporates different parts that have been arranged out between Aikins, Farrington and their group of architects.
They will then, at that point, pitch their planes into a synchronized plunge, stop the motors and utilize a custom airbrake that will hold the planes in a controlled plummet as they leave their own airplane. Aikins and Farrington will freefly skydive toward one another’s planes, get up to speed to the airplanes, enter the cockpits, withdraw the airbrake frameworks, restart the motors and assume command over the planes.