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I’m a pilot (former). The only time I wore a parachute was if I was in an acrobatic airplane. I did not wear an altimeter. It was not required when leaving a rock falling from the sky. Get out and pull the cord where the instructions I was given. I’ve landed twice without an engine. After surviving both landings I’ve never had any thought of leaving an airplane with two wings and a working tail.

In this case, a snowboarder was flying an older (1942?) Cessna, based on the photographs, with a parachute and altimeter. While over the mountains, he experienced engine trouble and bailed, all why videotaping himself.

An Instagram user spotted several issues with the video and posted them in the article. My favorite one is while bailing out of a “disabled”” aircraft’” the pilot remembered his selfie stick.

One of the first things you learn when you take pilot training is how to restart an engine that has quit. You also learn how to fly an engine that is not at full power to limp back to an airfield or at least someplace safer to land. Leaving an aircraft is the last thing you would do, and you are never taught that.

Besides having cameras on the plane, he landed close enough to the crash site to retrieve the videos.

Why Is This Interesting?

Is this real or a stunt? If it is a stunt, should the idiot do jail time?

Watch the video and let me know what you think?

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