Freefall: Extreme jumped out of a plane without a parachute

Aikins set a personal and world record for the highest jump without a parachute. Before the jump, he said: "I would be lying if I said I was not worried."

American Luke Aikins flew 7620 meters in free fall, landing in a special net.

American extreme skydiver Luke Aikins made a jump from the plane without a parachute! He landed safely from a height of 7620 meters on July 30. The skydiving jump, which lasted about two minutes, was broadcast online on one of the American channels. 42-year-old Luke Akins landed in a special net measuring 30 by 30 meters.

Aikins set a personal and world record for the highest jump without a parachute. Before the jump, he said: “I would be lying if I said I was not worried.”
Earlier, Aikins made more than 18 thousand parachute jumps. As a stuntman, he performed several stunts on the set of films.

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