Birdman {Jetman} Yvess Rossy: Young Feathers

Yvess Rossy has been a household name in Q’s Werld for many years, and  since his first flying surfboard with a jet engine then in 2008 he has come a long way with his flying surfboards. i have featured him  once in me blog-werld, so; This is kinna a re- run for some that have seen it; but for others welle new werld, especially when it comes to flying 🙂 yeahaaaaaaaa..editorial an 3 videos followz 🙂 .



..Birdman is his name to me, although many call him jetman, others call him rocketman, others call him fusionman…. either way he is

“2 Kewl Fer Skewl”

in my bewk…fer da’ common ordinary man…lol..Since i fly an dream flying like yvess, i thought he deserved an editorial frum Mr. Q here.Absolutely incredible to me: he can even out fly the eagles an the predator birds wit a push of a quite a bit faster than flying my ultralight trike – i fly 28-65 miles an hour on my butterfly wing he flies 120+..Rossy developed and built a wing-suit system comprising a backpack equipped with semi-rigid aeroplane-type carbon-fiber wings—with a span of about 2.4 metres (7.9 ft)—powered by four Jet-Cat P200 jet engines, modified from large kerosene-fueled model aircraft engines. This has led to him being referred to in the press by various monikers, such as The Airman, Jetman, Rocketman, and,a few pics here of him an a couple of fav vids…fer ur viewing pleasure today if ya decide to gander at his gadgets.We mark a new milestone in the chapter of human flight. Join Jetman Yves Rossy and his protege, Jetman Vince Reffet as they explore the limits in the city of dreams.
“The real dream is to be completely free”
Jetman features an all Original Soundtrack by Piers Baron with additional track from Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and Ariel Kalma’s “Mille Voix”.




Rossy’s jet-powered wing

In 2008, Rossy made a flight over the Alps Mountain Range, reaching a top descent speed of 304 kilometres per hour (189 mph), and an average speed of 200 kilometres per hour (120 mph).


Handout photograph provided by Breitling of Yves Rossy, known as the Jetman, flying over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 2, 2012. The Swiss aviator jumped from a helicopter and deployed the jet powered carbon-kevlar Jetwing, using his body to steer as he flew over the city before landing on Copacabana Beach. AFP PHOTO/John Parker/Breitling/HO RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE-NO MARKETING-NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS-MANDATORY CREDIT ‘ AFP PHOTO/John Parker/Breitling/HO’ -DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTSJOHN PARKER/AFP/GettyImages

In November 2009, Rossy attempted a crossing of the Strait of Gibraltar, hoping to be the first person to fly between two continents using a jetpack. He leapt from a small plane about 1,950 m (6,500 ft) above Tangier in Morocco and headed in the direction of Atlanterra, Spain. The flight was expected to take about a quarter of an hour. Strong winds and cloud banks forced Rossy to ditch into the sea just three miles from the Spanish coast, where his support helicopter picked him up ten minutes later. He was flown to a hospital in Jerez and soon released unhurt. The Spanish Coast Guard retrieved the jetpack, which had a parachute and a float.

On 5 November 2010, Rossy flew a new version of his jet-powered flight system and successfully performed two aerial loops before landing via parachute. He had launched from a hot air balloon piloted by Brian Jones at 2,400 meters (7,900 feet).

Since 2007 one of his training sites is in Spain, in the private airfield Skydive Empuriabrava in Empuriabrava (Girona, Costa Brava).[8][9] On 7 May 2011, Rossy reportedly flew above the Grand Canyon in Arizona.


The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had classified his flight system as an aircraft. When it finally granted him a license, the FAA waived the normal 25 to 40 hours of flight testing time, and Rossy acted quickly to complete his flight. Reporters, who had been waiting nearby since the cancellation of the original scheduled flight—on the day before—were not informed. There were, therefore, no independent witnesses to document his flight


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To infinity and beyond

Daredevil Swiss pilot Yves “Fusionman” Rossy shows off his birdman skills. His new book “Yves Rossy: homme volant” (flying man), recounts his flying exploits over the past ten years. Simon Bradley reports. is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC). Its role is to report on Switzerland and to provide a Swiss perspective on international events.


Jetman Grand Canyon Flight, Yves Rossy

“This is the most challenging place I could fly,” the Jetman, Yves Rossy, told reporters. Rossy’s flight was his first in the U.S. and potentially his most difficult. Previous over-water flights across the English Channel and Strait of Gibraltar provided the option of a water landing — an option Rossy chose when en-route weather reduced safety margins during the Gibraltar run. The canyon offered far fewer options for a safe landing in the event of an emergency and its sharp corners and steep walls increased the likelihood of turbulence.


WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge Converge



Photos are visual spaces where shapes and lines, objects, and people come together…

here is an example of how a buncha lines have to converge to become 2 points to have to grab ahold of to Maintain Control!.


light converges into shadow

light converges into shadow

This week, explore the ways lines and shapes can converge in interesting ways through photography.

You can take the theme in a literal or an abstract direction, as you see fit — from a photo of a byroad merging into a busy highway to an image of an airport terminal where people from all over the world form hectic, ephemeral communities.Have a splendid weekend everyone no matter how one converges

 one has to COnverge  all lines to keep it together

one has to COnverge all lines on both sides of reality to keep it together

an a buncha friends well, thay converge on dis’ cliff, to but only diverge into space seperately!




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Yes i be livin on da’ edge but not the edge of crazy!



Proximity Flying by Quarksire

………..Proximity Flying is an advanced feature of Wingsuit BASE Jumping and involves flying close to the ground and static objects. Extremely dangerous activity and later he sent me these videos to watch, Hope u enjoy it as much as i did if’’n ur into my wingsuit stuff at all!

he says u mean like this…and sent me the vids…..

WELLLLLLLL i couldnt resist! was a most clicked on blog today in me werld



& remember




I Mentioned the phrase “Proximity Flying” to a fellow pilot;

ie…yep yep >i told him >  Proximity Flying is an advanced feature of Wingsuit BASE Jumping and involves flying close to the ground and static objects. Extremely dangerous activity and later he sent me these videos to watch, Hope u enjoy it as much as i did if’n ur into my wingsuit stuff at all!.he says u mean like this……

Yeah i mean like that Kevo!.

SPLIT OF A SECOND – A film about wingsuit flying.

an well second video is kinna off base though but yep still bout base jumpin’ jest not Proximity flying i said!

^^Crazy Wingsuit Flight — Man Lands on Water Without Parachute? ^^



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Wingsuiting wit a Whisper

Quarked one in Colorado today sayz: every Picture tellz a story in da very first split second ya lewk at it!

Now there are dog FIGHTZ like these 2 here



Yep yep and 2 dayz in a row he starts out his post with the same sentence


SkyRyding Dog Yeppurz


…ok now Most of my posters and viewers know i am into sky flying of all sorts especially hangliders gliders and body suits,,, and well someone had to do it fer fun, train his pup to fly like i am training my recovering biker dog brandon bear to get on gettin’ on with the big dogs scoott here ,,,anyhow check this out i am sure well u will get a tripouta it if ya haven’t seen it is making a hit round the flying community now, yes i’ll have brandon up in da AIR this year possibly if i get him into it we shall see 🙂 ,,,has got overt the respiratory thing after his 10 day bout with parvo…i think he is recovering gewd now,  So anyhow since i am a potter head well, this jest makes thinks too much more fun….we now have a flying potterheard dog…..Dean Potter, famous rock climber, high-liner and human flyer, wingsuit BASE jumps with his dog, Whisper from the Eiger, basejumper extraodanaire  with A “whisper”

potter flys with a whisper on his back

potter flys with a whisper on his back image frum Youtube vid here

“All Whisper wants is to be with her pack-family. When we go on adventures, she goes on adventures. She’s just a loyal pup with a very adventuresome Papa,” Potter told National Geographic‘s Adventure Blog.

🙂 ~:::~(*@*@*)***~~~~gonna make me a doggy bag fer brandon bear so he can ryde an fly with dad also 🙂

~formerly windrydr now da’ ~~~~Quarked one Q ~