The jet man killed in Dubai

November 18, 2020
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Vision Egypt News: - The organization responsible for the flying man, or Jetman, announced the murder of Vincent Rivette, 36, from the French commune of Annecy, who died during training in the Dubai desert.

The jet man killed in Dubai.

Vincent Rivette dazzled the world with his flights over the tallest building in the world with two fixed wings equipped with two jet engines.

In a statement, the organization said: “Vince was a talented athlete and a loved and respected member of our team. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and to all who knew and worked with him. "

Revit broke a world record by flying over the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, at 828 meters.

The British newspaper "Daily Mail" broadcast some videos of her flight over Dubai and alongside the "Emirates" plane.

And he told The Associated Press in 2015: “It's a feeling of freedom. Because, you know, when I parachute, I feel that feeling of freedom, and I can go anywhere I want; but I always go down ... with this machine ... I can fly like a bird ".

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