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Watch This Incredible A380 Formation Flight

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Well, here’s another thing you won’t see on a Delta flight: Two jetpack-equipped humans flying just a few feet from your window. Seriously, though — you need to watch this video.

An Emirates A380 flying to two jetpacks.
An Emirates A380 flying to two jetpacks.

After three months of planning, Jetman Dubai pilots Yves Rossy and Vince Reffet had the flight of a lifetime (and then some), traveling alongside an Emirates A380 as it flew over Dubai. While it may look like child’s play in the clip up top, each component of the flight was very carefully choreographed, as you’ll see in the behind-the-scenes video.

A hearty congrats is in order for all involved!

H/T: One Mile at a Time

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