Frenchmen Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet plummeted from 13,000 ft before speeding through the air at 85 miles per hour somehow managing to glide into the custom build aircraft below. They jumped off from the peak of Jungfrau mountain in Switzerland and successfully pulled off the extreme stunt by safely landing inside the plane.
Wingsuit flyers Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet performed a spectacular stunt gliding 3,200 metres from the summit of Jungfrau into a moving plane.
Fugen and Reffet known as the "Soul Flyers" are two BASE-jumping experts from France.
Fugen and Reffet both wore head cams to capture the heart-stopping stunt on video while they maintained contact with the pilot using a push-talk system.
"When we started to train, we thought it would be easier to be honest". During the first training session in Spain, Fred managed to fly into the plane, but I failed and hurt my ribs. We felt better and it worked out. "In total, we flew into the plane 20 times", they said.
"Remember who you are and what you stand for" (classic), "Expiration dates are really just suggestions", and "Why would you jump out of a perfectly good airplane?" You're falling down and all of a sudden there's no air anymore.