The world's Longest Indoor free fall


THE WORLD'S LONGEST
INDOOR FREE FALL

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What was the world's longest indoor free fall?

On March 13, 2007, at the Airkix Windtunnel in Milton Keynes, UK, Andy Scott fell for a record setting 1 hour 18 minutes and 52 seconds during which time he would have covered 130 miles.

No, he didn't fall from space, in fact he never moved for than a few feet, Andy set the record for the worlds longest indoor free fall, the wind tunnel, which generates winds of up to 150 MPH, basically kept him in the same spot for the entire time.


The world's Longest Indoor free fall

The world's Longest Indoor free fall

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