Watch 2 insane wingsuit flyers land into a moving plane

Watch 2 insane wingsuit flyers land into a moving plane

Unlike Bond who did the daredevil jump in one effort, Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet, took more than 100 practice flights to ideal the stunt with pilot Philippe Bouvier and co-ordinator and navigator Yves Rossy.

Their dive was completed as part of their project A Door in the Sky - which they trained for for several months, completing more than 100 test flights in Empuriabrava in Spain.

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Two French wingsuit fliers have pulled off a breathtaking stunt over the Swiss Alps when they jumped from a mountain and then landed on board a light aeroplane in mid-air.

Fugen and Reffet, French BASE jumping experts known as the Soul Flyers, nailed the jump as a 20-year anniversary homage to a stunt performed by Patrick de Gayardon in 1997.

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The duo successfully chased the plane through the air using only their wingsuits, finally landing safely in the back of the plane.

Reffet, 33, said: "The conditions were ideal and we were well prepared, but it was still an incredibly hard challenge".

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How do you make wingsuit flying more nuts? Going up to 4,000 meters, it physically costs a lot. We wanted to do it differently by jumping from a mountain.