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Richard Browning, Chief Test Pilot and CEO of Gravity Industries, wears a Jet Suit and flies during a demonstration flight at Bentwaters Park, Woodbridge, Britain, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

Richard Browning, Chief Test Pilot and CEO of Gravity Industries, wears a Jet Suit and flies during a demonstration flight at Bentwaters Park, Woodbridge, Britain, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

Richard Browning, Chief Test Pilot and CEO of Gravity Industries, wears a Jet Suit and flies during a demonstration flight at Bentwaters Park, Woodbridge, Britain, October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Chris Radburn
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Richard Browning, Chief Test Pilot and CEO of Gravity Industries, wears a Jet Suit during a demonstration. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

Richard Browning, Chief Test Pilot and CEO of Gravity Industries, wears a Jet Suit during a demonstration. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

Richard Browning, Chief Test Pilot and CEO of Gravity Industries, wears a Jet Suit during a demonstration. REUTERS/Chris Radburn
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Richard Browning wears a Jet Suit and flies during a demonstration. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

Richard Browning wears a Jet Suit and flies during a demonstration. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

Richard Browning wears a Jet Suit and flies during a demonstration. REUTERS/Chris Radburn
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A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

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A guest prepares to wear a Jet Suit during a training session Gravity Industries. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest prepares to wear a Jet Suit during a training session Gravity Industries. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest prepares to wear a Jet Suit during a training session Gravity Industries. REUTERS/Chris Radburn
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A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session at Gravity Industries. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session at Gravity Industries. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session at Gravity Industries. REUTERS/Chris Radburn
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A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

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A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

A guest is tethered during a Jet Suit training session. REUTERS/Chris Radburn

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