Watch these wingsuit pilots fly like superheros
These daredevil wingsuit pilots slalom through parachute canopies at 185mph like skiers down a mountain.
Led by experienced pilot Jarno Cordia, the trio of pilots shoot past the floating chutes like human missiles.
Having ascended to a height of just 1.2miles, the parachutists leapt out of the airplane and deploy their umbrellas.
Moments later, Jarno, 38, and his crew follow them out and expertly twist left and right through the umbrella obstacles.
Having negotiated the human course with speed and style, the wingsuit pilots land together in a big circle.
The skydivers performed the stunt as part of a week-long event in Texel, Netherlands.
Jarno, from Den Haag, Netherlands, said: “Knowing you’re not just flying a slalom course, but using your own friends as the actual gates adds a sense of danger to what you’re doing.
“Deploying your parachute after flying past all my friends, my heart was pumping with adrenaline.
“It’s an amazing sport, and we feel privileged to be able to experience these kind of things on an almost daily basis.
“Maybe it’s an extreme version of the little kid who used to jump his BMX bike over a couple of friends laying on the floor.
“Only in this case, the bike travels a lot faster.
“It’s a very fun and dynamic way of flying, completely throwing the wingsuit on its side – or ‘knife-edge’ – to make turns around the course.
“It makes you feel like Iron Man shooting across the sky.”
The group came up with the daring deed when weather conditions – specifically low clouds – prevented them from jumping at the usual three mile height.
Jarno – a full-time wingsuit coach – has performed over 3500 wingsuit flights from both aircraft and mountains.
Joran Dekker, Laurens Fodisch, Mark Wane and Karl Desrochers joined Jarno as part of the wingsuit formation.