Two Pilots Fly Through a Hangar
Two Pilots Fly Through a Hangar! British pilots Paul Bonhomme and Steve Jones carry out one of the most exhilarating aviation feats ever seen.
A pair of fearless racing pilots made it through the 7.6metre tall hangar after diving from high above the Welsh country side, fizzing through it's open doors and out the other side. They dropped their planes to just a metre from the ground to race through a barn at more than 185mph.
Cutting the air at a breathtaking 160 knots, pilots who've flown together for 17 years had to rely on every ounce of the experience they've built-up working as stunt pilots to become the first people in the world to fly planes in formation through a building.
The pilots were required to request special permission from the Civil Aviation Authority, who were on site to oversee them attempt the move.
As the incredible video footage proves, two pilots flew through a hangar without as much as a scratch! Take a look at this stunning video!
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