The Latest Projects


South Africa

Barrier of Spears

The Red Bull Air Force takes the skies and head wingsuit flying down Sentinel and the Eastern Buttress in South Africa. On their journey, they attempt to base jump and wingsuit fly various iconic locations around the country.


Project Jordan

The Lost City of Petra

It’s not every day that you get to see someone flying below the surface of the Earth. That is exactly what Red Bull Air Force Team members Jon Devore, Mike Swanson and Andy Farrington managed to pull off! Daisher pulled a near impossible jump at the iconic Petra Treasury, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



A New World Record

How did you spend the longest day of the year? Miles Daisher spent the extra hours of daylight on the summer solstice throwing himself off a bridge – 63 times, to be exact, earning him the record for the most unassisted BASE jumps in 24 hours. Miles climbed over 29,000 feet of rock, higher than Mount Everest, all in a day's work.


Training Camp

Freefall Frenzy

A behind-the-scenes look at the world’s best skydivers, BASE jumpers and aerial pilots’ training routines. Welcome to the Red Bull Air Force training camp.


cloud surfing an active thunderstorm

Storm's Edge

Jump zones shut down during a thunderstorm because it would be insane for people to jump out of an airplane into one...yet Sean MacCormac leaps from 2 miles above Southwest Florida with laser beams of lightning randomly igniting the sky and no way to tell which direction is safe. He charges out, feet strapped to his board to surf into a hostile thundercloud at speeds up to 130 mph. 


red bull media house presents

The Unrideables:
Alaska Range

Explore Alaska's mega mountains and ski once-thought 'unrideable' lines through Speedriding and human flight.



Chain Reaction

Set against the backdrop of the Fisher Towers in Moab, Utah, the team uses pain-staking coordination to showcase their aerial talents all at once. The different feats flow together like a chain reaction, providing a snapshot of the amazing possibilities when humans fly.

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