Video: Red Bull skydiver transfers between gliders mid-flight

Redbull skydiver Paul Steiner has pulled off this amazing feat, captured on video, in which at 2100m he climbs out of his glider’s cockpit (don’t worry: the pilot stays), climbs to the outer edge of the wing, hangs down underneath it, transfers to a second glider, and then stands up as the first glider makes an upside down rendezvous, enabling him to stand up and grab the first glider’s rudder as the two aircraft fly at 100mph. He then parachutes to the ground. And oh, this is all captured against stunning Austrian mountains.

It is one heck of a connecting flight.



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