Experience the thrills of flying backseat in the RAF’s Typhoon jet

Here’s another cool video.

It was taken from the backseat of a two-seater Typhoon multirole jet fighter of the 29 Sqn of the Royal Air Force from RAF Coningsby involved in an ultra-low level mission over the stunning scenery of the Lake District and the Welsh valleys.

This video, that is particularly interesting because it is commented “live” by the pilot Flight Lieutenant Jamie Norris, 2013 Royal Air Force Typhoon Display Pilot, is currently showing at the London Science Museum.

 

 

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