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Skydivers formed a circle mid-air on August 24.


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The first plane swap in the history of Arizona was unsuccessful as one plane spiraled out of control as the two pilots were thousands of feet in the air.

There were no reported injuries to the pilots.

The Red Bull-sponsored flight began as the two pilots ascended to the skies at 888-276-5932 888-276-5932 888-276-5932 888-276-5932 888-276-5932s

The airbrake system on both planes helped the two jump out at 12,000 feet. Aikins was able to get into the other plane.

The plane spiraled out of control as Farrington could be heard saying on-air "blue plane is out of control." Farrington then deployed his parachute and safely landed in a remote area. When the plane got to a certain altitude, it had a parachute on it that automatically activated when it hit the ground.

The location and condition of the plane were not immediately known.

The pilots said the area had fast winds in the days leading up to the event, which made for good conditions for the stunt. Farrington was not sure what happened.

It kept going and got over on his back, despite the 90 degree dive.

He said that he was just happy that everyone was here and good, but disappointed.

Aerial shot taken at an undisclosed location in, Arizona, USA, for Plane Swap on April 22, 2022. The two pilots, Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington, were unable to successfully complete the attempt on Sunday night after one plane spiraled out of control.
Aerial shot taken at an undisclosed location in, Arizona, USA, for Plane Swap on April 22, 2022. The two pilots, Luke Aikins and Andy Farrington, were unable to successfully complete the attempt on Sunday night after one plane spiraled out of control.

The custom-made airbrakes were made with the help of a professor at the California Polytechnic State University.

The brake was developed and tested multiple times over the air in San Luis Obispo, California, more than 150 miles north of Los Angeles, which allowed the planes to slow down as they traveled at speeds of up to 140 miles per hour.

The actual dive was tested but not the stunt. The plane could have lost its center of gravity during the nosedive.

I thought I left Andy a good plane. Aikins said that he was trying to think of other things he could have done to make it better for him. This is the best outcome of a bad situation.

Aikins said that they are going to go back and figure out if the duo will attempt the stunt again.

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The stunt of a plane swap in Arizona failed as the aircraft lost control.

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