He saw him flying over airplanes … The “flying man” was...

He broke a world record when he flew over the Burj Khalifa

“Flying Man” was killed, Tuesday, during a training exercise in the desert; According to what was announced by his organization; Noting that it “works closely with all the authorities concerned.”

Sky News Arabia said: One of the “jetmen”, whose flights over the world’s tallest building, with two fixed wings equipped with two jet engines, has passed away, viewers on the Internet; He died during a training flight, according to what his organization announced.

Vincent Rivette, 36, from the French municipality of Annecy, was killed during training; According to what was announced by his organization; Noting that it “works closely with all the authorities concerned.”

In a statement, the organization said, “Vince was a talented athlete and a loved and respected member of our team. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and everyone 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.

And he told the Associated Press in 2015, “It’s a sense of freedom. Indeed, you know, when I skydive, I feel this feeling of freedom, and I can go where I want; but I always go down … with this machine … I can fly like a bird”.

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” broadcast some videos of his flight over Dubai and next to the “Emirates” plane.


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He watched him fly over the planes ... killed


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He saw him flying over airplanes … The “flying man” was killed in a training session in Dubai
Ayman Hassan
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2020-11-18

“Flying Man” was killed, Tuesday, during a training exercise in the Dubai desert; According to what was announced by his organization; Noting that it “works closely with all the authorities concerned.”

Sky News Arabia said: One of the “jetmen”, whose flights over the world’s tallest building, with two fixed wings equipped with two jet engines, has passed away, viewers on the Internet; He died during a training flight, according to what his organization announced.

Vincent Rivette, 36, from the French municipality of Annecy, was killed during training; According to what was announced by his organization; Noting that it “works closely with all the authorities concerned.”

In a statement, the organization said, “Vince was a talented athlete and a loved and respected member of our team. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and everyone 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.

And he told the Associated Press in 2015, “It’s a sense of freedom. Indeed, you know, when I skydive, I feel this feeling of freedom, and I can go where I want; but I always go down … with this machine … I can fly like a bird”.

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” broadcast some videos of his flight over Dubai and next to the “Emirates” plane.

November 18, 2020 – Rabi` Al-Thani 3 1442

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He broke a world record when he flew over the Burj Khalifa

“Flying Man” was killed, Tuesday, during a training exercise in the Dubai desert; According to what was announced by his organization; Noting that it “works closely with all the authorities concerned.”

Sky News Arabia said: One of the “jetmen”, whose flights over the world’s tallest building, with two fixed wings equipped with two jet engines, has passed away, viewers on the Internet; He died during a training flight, according to what his organization announced.

Vincent Rivette, 36, from the French municipality of Annecy, was killed during training; According to what was announced by his organization; Noting that it “works closely with all the authorities concerned.”

In a statement, the organization said, “Vince was a talented athlete and a loved and respected member of our team. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and everyone 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.

And he told the Associated Press in 2015, “It’s a sense of freedom. Indeed, you know, when I skydive, I feel this feeling of freedom, and I can go where I want; but I always go down … with this machine … I can fly like a bird”.

The British newspaper “Daily Mail” broadcast some videos of his flight over Dubai and next to the “Emirates” plane.

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