Jump in the cockpit and fly wing to wing with fighter jets in 360

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28.12.2017

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Fly upside down, through the clouds and wingtip to wingtip in formation with the stunt flying troupe, the Baltic Bees. They’re like the European version of the Blue Angels. Brace yourself for speeds topping 550mph and mind-blowing maneuvers you need to experience in 360 VR!

Have you ever considered yourself a prospective pilot? Skip a few steps in flight school and join the Baltic Bees for an aerobatic show.

It’s one thing to watch the dark blue and yellow jets dive through the sky from the ground. It’s next level to experience their maneuvers from the cockpit. Over the past nine years, the Baltic Bees have grown from a team of two to a team of six - consider this your tryout for spot number seven.

The Baltic Bees are a Latvia-based stunt flying troupe. The team consists of pilots with civilian and military backgrounds. They operate L-39C Albatros jets capable of reaching speeds upwards of 500 mph. As a formation, they move through the sky in rolls, spins, and loops. It takes a massive amount of agility and harmony to pull off their performance.

See for yourself the skills involved (and whether you have them) in the video above.

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