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Breitling Wingwalker Freya Paterson, from Liverpool, UK, flies above Kuwait City's iconic Water Towers with pilots David Barrell and Martyn Carrington.  The team loop and roll up to 160 mph enduring G-forces of 4-5g. Crowds are expected to line the Kuwaiti coastline to catch a glimpse of the Wingwalking team on Saturday, to mark the opening of the first dedicated boutique in the city for the prestigious watch brand.

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Breitling Wingwalker Freya Paterson, from Liverpool, UK, flies above Kuwait City’s Water Towers with pilots David Barrell and Martyn Carrington. The team loop and roll at 160 mph enduring G-forces of 4-5g. Crowds are expected to line the Kuwaiti coastline to watch the Wingwalking team on Saturday, to mark the opening of the first dedicated boutique in the city for the luxury watch brand

Swiss pilot Yves Rossy, or "Jetman", flying near Mount Fuji.  Swiss aviator Yves "Jetman" Rossy, whose jet-engine powered wings have taken him over some of the world's most awe-inspiring places, has added another -- Japan's Mount Fuji.  Rossy, with a 60-kilogram (132-pound) kit strapped on his back, circled the country's highest and most revered mountain nine times over one week.

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Swiss aviator Yves ‘Jetman’ Rossy, whose jet-engine powered wings have taken him over some of the world’s most awe-inspiring places, has added another – Japan’s Mount Fuji

 The Breitling Jet Team fly over Mount Fuji, in central Japan on Sunday, May 12, 2013. The world's only professional civilian aerobatic jet team  completed their tour of Japan by visiting the Fukushima prefecture to show their support and encouragement to the people of the region still recovering from the catastrophic effects of the March, 2011, Tsunami. The team are now in transit back to Europe and will return to Asia in August.

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The Breitling Jet Team, the world’s only professional civilian aerobatic team, fly over Mount Fuji, in central Japan. They completed their tour of the country by visiting the Fukushima prefecture to show their support for the people of the region still recovering from the catastrophic effects of the tsunami in March 2011. The team are now on their way back to Europe and will return to Asia in August.