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Entertainment Death of French "flying man" Vince Reffet after an accident at 36

22:55  17 november  2020
22:55  17 november  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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Vincent Reffet , 36 , of Annecy, France, was killed during training, Jetman Dubai said in a statement. The organisation did not elaborate, though it said it was “working closely with all relevant authorities”. “ Vince was a talented athlete, and a much-loved and respected member of our team,” its statement

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The Jetman Vince Reffet, 36, died during training in Dubai on Tuesday November 17th. An investigation is underway.

Le Jetman Vince Reffet, 36 ans, est décédé lors d'un entraînement à Dubaï ce mardi 17 novembre. Une enquête est en cours. © DR The Jetman Vince Reffet, 36, died during training in Dubai on Tuesday, November 17th. An investigation is underway.

This morning, on Tuesday November 17, Vince Reffet died during training in Dubai. " It is with unimaginable sadness that we announce the passing of Jetman pilot Vincent Reffet. (...) Vince was a talented athlete, and a much loved and respected member of our team. Our thoughts and prayers are with him. family and everyone who knew and worked with him , "Jetman Dubai spokesperson told AFP. An investigation is currently underway after this tragic accident, which occurred at the Jetman base in the desert of Dubai.

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French athletes Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet journeyed to the Italian Dolomites. Flying high: This is the heart-stopping moment two wingsuit flyers soar more than 13,000 feet above the Dolomite mountains in Italy as they pull off a death -defying stunt.

Vince Reffet took to the skies equipped with a carbon fibre wing powered by four mini-jet engines. The Jetwing is controlled solely by the human body. Well, it looks like Jetman Dubai has brought us one step closer to this being a reality. Pilot Vince Reffet took to the skies equipped with carbon fibre wings

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Sometimes equipped with a jetman with mini-reactors (which can reach 400 km / h), sometimes with a wingsuit , Vince Reffet has made the headlines more than once thanks to his unique exploits. In addition to having flown alongside the Patrouille de France in 2016, the former member of the French parachuting team had launched from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower in the world, at 828 meters from the ground while flying next to an A380. He had also entered a plane in full flight in 2017, and broke a world record at the beginning of this year 2020 by taking off from the ground before exceeding 1,800 meters in altitude. The video had gone viral on social media. In 2018, he was invited to the famous American talk show of Conan O'Brien .

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