Best Skydiving Videos Ever: Discover the top 6

“Above the clouds…” When Reinhard May tweeted these lines, freedom there may indeed have been limitless, but flying was more than just an elitist experience. If we jump from 1974 to the here and now, very few data lists can do without the entry “skydive.” Inspired by the amazing skydiving videos on the web, we muster up all our courage – for Day 10.

Jumping from a height of over 4000 meters and free falling for minutes is an adrenaline rush that is rarely matched. If you still want to try it yourself, visit One of the great skydiving clubs in Ireland For beginners.
But if you need a little inspiration (or courage), all the better Skydiving They are represented by exciting tricks and stunts or different formations in free fall.

Our top 6 skydiving clips will blow your mind and get you ready to dive in yourself.

Step into a fairytale castle

1 minute

All Autonomous: Max Manow Wingsuit premiere at Neuschwanstein Castle

With the help of a specially designed suspension system on his wingsuit, the skydiver achieved a premiere: the first fully autonomous flight in a wingsuit through the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle!

Challenge: Combined paragliding and wingsuit flight without an existing landing zone, tandem flight or use of a helicopter. Are you ready to take off? In the clip, watch how Max Manno managed a skydiving demonstration with the first fully self-driving flight at the famous Neuschwanstein Castle.

26 minutes

Luke Aikins successfully achieved Plane Swap

On April 24, Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington’s attempt to conduct the first ever aircraft exchange was partially accomplished.

Over the Arizona desert with its red canyons, two Cessna 182s took off in parallel for a dive. on board: Luke Aikins And Andy Farrington! You wouldn’t… I bet I would: In April 2022, Aikins, along with his no less daring cousin, implemented the idea that had been haunting the collective mind of the Red Bull Air Force since the 1990s: Get out of his own plane, parachute into the other plane drone and land it safely – all in free fall at a speed of about 225 km/h. Find out who’s pulling the trick and who has to pull the rip rope earlier in the clip.

In addition to breaking numerous world aviation records, Felix Baumgartner’s stratospheric jump provided scientific lessons for tomorrow’s astronauts.

In a wingsuit over Streif

2 minutes

Red Bull Skydive course preview from the legendary ‘Streif’

As if it wasn’t amazing enough to speed up Strive on two tracks, Red Bull skydivers performed a very special track check in Kitzbühel!

From a purely technical point of view, the best downhill skiers in the Ski Circus may come close to flying when they speed down the legendary Streif. The starting house is located in Hahnenkamm at an altitude of 1665 metres. Within three seconds, skaters accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h, and later to more than 140 km/h. Without slides under their feet, but at a top speed of 250 km/h while wearing a wingsuit, the Red Bull skydiving team dared to undertake this hellish flight. The Mousetrap, the Hausbergkante or the steep slope – from these perspectives you have never seen the main passes of the Streif!

Felix Baumgartner: POV clip from the edge of the world

8 minutes

Red Bull Stratos

Experience the incredible fulfillment of the Red Bull Stratos mission through the eyes of Felix Baumgartner.

“Sometimes you have to climb high to see how small you are.” This was it Felix BaumgartnerHis final words before his stratosphere jump, which, in addition to numerous world flight records, also provided scientific lessons for tomorrow’s astronauts. Over the years, there has been a lot of footage of the film Red Bull Stratos event. But have you seen the POV clip that shows Edge of the World and the subsequent huge jump through the Austrian’s eyes? Seven action cameras mounted on the suit provide sharp, stunning footage at Mach 1.25 (1,357.6 km/h).

Another Coup by Max Manow, Marco Waltenspiel and Co. is the exciting trilogy “BlaniX File”. And if you have watched the third part, then you can safely skip the second part of “Top Gun”. At an altitude of 4,000 (!) metres, five wingsuit pilots effectively become interceptors of two gliders gliding upside down. Flying in formation, the sky acrobats from the Red Bull Skydive team came within a few centimeters of the two planes – sweet Hollywood!

3 minutes

Air game

Polish skydiving star Maja Kuczynska and racing pilot Lukasz Cibiela create an amazing aerial competition.

Man versus plane. Maja Kuczynska Or Lucas Chipella? Inspired by the so-called SKATE game from the skateboarding scene, a skydiver and aerobatic pilot from the Red Bull family compete without further ado above the clouds of Slovenia. One shows a trick — a front somersault, for example — and the other follows it. Every failure results in a message. Whoever gets the AIR first loses the battle. Spoiler: Facial evolution is the decision!

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