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People are in shock after watching a video of a pilot. The pilot flies through two road tunnels. Red Bull, an energy drink manufacturer, shared the video on Twitter, which has since gone viral.
“So Dario Costa just became the first person to fly a plane through TWO tunnels and we are literally speechless,” they wrote while sharing the video. The pilot is seen flying his plane through a stretch of Catalca Tunnels walls enclosed by a concrete arc. The structure is located in Turkey, just outside of Istanbul.
“Everything seemed to be happening so fast, but when I got out of the first tunnel, the plane started to move to the right because of the crosswinds, and in my head, everything slowed down at that moment. I reacted and just focused on getting the plane back on the right path to enter the other tunnel. Then in my mind, everything sped up all over again,” Costa said about his experience, cites a blog.
“I’d never flown in a tunnel in my life – nobody has ever done it – so there was a big question mark in my head whether everything would go as we expected. It was a big relief, of course, but big, big happiness was the main emotion. For me, it’s another dream come true,” he added.
Take a look at the video of the pilot who flies through two road tunnels
On September 4, the share was made public for the first time. It has had over 3.1 lakh views since it was posted, and the numbers are only rising. It also has approximately 8,900 likes and is still growing. Many others have also re-shared the video on various social media networks.
The Twitter post also attracted people to share several kinds of comments. “This dude playing GTA” [a video game series],” joked a Twitter user.
“I hope people understand just how insanely hard this actually is,” shared another. “That’s amazing,” expressed a third.
Costa, an Italian professional racer and stunt pilot, cleared the dual Catalca Tunnels in less than 44 seconds.
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