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Burj Khalifa Dives

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Diving the Tallest Building in the World - Burj Khalifa


What happens when the world's best freestyle first person view (FPV) pilot takes on the planet's tallest building?  Find out in this epic piece by johnnyfpv, who managed to dive the Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper.  Completed in 2010, the 154 story behemoth rises nearly a kilometer (over a half a mile) into the sky - it's architectural height is 828 meters, or just over 2.7k feet.  Flying a racing drone using video goggles, the legendary pilot will let you see this famous landmark from an entirely new perspective.  

Base Jumping in Moscow

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#2 Base Jumping in the center of Moscow from skyscraper


Looking for a front row seat to a heart-stopping feat?  Watch this wild FPV video of Base Jumping in the heart of Moscow from a highrise project still under construction.  FPV pilot craig_dt was up to the challenge and provided a crispy clear vantage point of the whole dive. We gasped a bit while we took it in too, and it made the case for an appointment to our weekly FPV Pilots to Watch list here on AirVuz.  Kudos, craig_dt!  To see more of his FPV goodness, be sure to check out his whole AirVuz profile.

Dives in Utah

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This is an intense and majestic FPV dive, courtesy of pilot JZFPV. The Drone Video Awards nominee headed to the mountain and canyon-filled area of Southwest Utah to dive the orange, rocky outback. The ridge line cruising he cuts between the dives is also inspiring due to his abilities and because of the incredibly dynamic location choice. Hats off to you, JZFPV, for this incredible, 4K, FPV freestyle flow flight. 

Diving Bridges in Chicago

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FPV Bridges Chicago Chinatown


Famous bridges that are scattered around Chicago, Illinois, the third-largest city in America. The city is located on Lake Michigan and has the Chicago River flowing through it. The system of rivers and canals has a combined length of 156 miles running through the city, hence the need for so many famous bridges. FPV pilot ilya_fpv is taking us under and through a few of them, as well as the city’s Chinatown in this freestyle flight.

Skimming Down Along an Elevator Bank

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Guerrilla Whoop Dive

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Nurkfpv and friends go rogue with a TinyWhoop inside a hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.  Through whispers and crafty scheming, they attempt an elevator bank dive in the center of the hotel with great success.  Props to these guys for taking on the challenge. Watch as their guerilla whoop dive plot goes down in this drone vlog!

Descending Europe's Tallest Skyscraper

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FPV Diving Lakhta Center, Europe's Tallest Skyscraper


The Lakhta Center, which was completed in 2018, stands nearly half a kilometer (460 meters, or about 1.5k ft.) above St. Petersburg, Russia.  It is, by a significant margin, the tallest building in Europe.  While it was being built, contributor and FPV pilot Controlflow took an epic dive down the building using a racing drone.  As you watch it that the drone is being flown via video goggles at ground level. The dive has made itself a nominee in our 2nd Annual Drone Video Awards FPV Freestyle Technical category.

Diving One of Tallest Masonry Structures

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SMELTR - Diving the Tallest Surviving Masonry Structure

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Contributor and FPV pilot Airblastr created this incredibly cinematic FPV video of a dive down one of the great landmarks of the USA's rich mining history.   The Anaconda Smelter Stack, better known as the Big Stack, istands at a height of 180 meters (about 585 ft.).  The tallest surviving masonry structure in the world, it was a critical process component for the smelter at the great Anaconda copper mine in Great Falls, Montana.  Built in the early 20th century, this was once the world's largest copper mine.   

Diving Ruins, Smoke Bombs, and Roller Coasters

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Smoke Bombs, Ruins, Cranes and Roller Coasters | FPV

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We love us some good air-to-air action, and this video opens with reverse shots of smoke-streaming FPV quads flying through the mountains. It's quite the start! Between that, the crane dives, rollercoaster twists and powerloops, and a few surprise shots of an empty waterpark, this video is definitely one to watch.

Nosediving a Crane / Construction Site

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Some of the best flights aren’t planned, but happened upon. When Fincky’s bando plans were ruined by a not-so-abandoned location, he and his crew decided to rip up a park next to it. Hello glory! The proximity flying around a crane is absolutely nuts. With flow and technique, Fincky just continues to impress all in the FPV community. 


Purposely Plummeting into a Fountain

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Dive into the Rainbow / FPV freestyle


We have seen some ridiculous FPV diving locations throughout the years, but this one may take the cake. That’s because RussellFPV is diving what looks like a waterfall in the middle of the water (now that’s something to wrap your head around). The shooting fountains sparkle in the sunlight, causing brilliant rainbows to circle around the manmade geysers. His dive take us all around the watery goodness, definitely making it a stand out video.

Diving the Lotte Tower (South Korea)

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Diving Lotte Tower, World's Fifth Tallest Building

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In this first person view (FPV) video by contributor and drone pilot wons fpv, you'll see the tallest skyscraper in South Korea from an entirely new perspective.  Completed in 2016, the 123 story Lotte Tower stands almost 555 meters tall (just over 1.8k ft.) above the streets of Seoul.  Nearly twice as tall as the next tallest building in the capital city, it's the fifth tallest in the world as of early 2019.  Wons fpv advises that he flew with permission from the building and took appropriate safety precautions.    

Abandoned Silos in San Francisco

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“Bayview Rise” - Abandoned Silos


These bando silos have an interesting history. Located at the Port of San Francisco’s Pier 92, these grain silos on Islais Creek were used to store the grain that was delivered by railway then loaded on to the ships for export. Since abandoned, they are now home to the Bayview Rise mural you see in this bando video by FPV pilot InspireFPV. He’ll dive and explore the urban location, giving us views of the bay and the beautiful murals all at once. 

Rainbow Dives

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Dive into the RAINBOW (Full Version)


This extended version of RussellFPV’s dive in one of the craziest locations we’ve ever seen is definitely worth the watch even if you’ve seen the shorter, freestyle edition. He’ll roll, dive, and float over a man-made geyser out at sea just kissing the water with his quad as it rushes up, out, and over the structure is comes from. He’ll even do a little tree surfing over Japan’s infamous sakura, or cherry blossom, filled trees in between his epic dives.

Bridge Dives in South Korea

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The Hwatae bridge is one of the world’s largest cable strung bridges. Located in Dolsan town, part of Yeosu in South Korea, the bridge is on national route 77 and connects Dolsan to Hwatae Island.  FPV pilot Jay Yu flies the impressive span in this bridge diving video. He’ll take no prisoners as he spans the length of the bridge, dives from the top of the cables down towards the sea, and straight through the dominating pillars.

Mountainside Plunge

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Extreme mountain diving and mountain surfing doesn’t mean the pilot is in any more danger than usual, but the quad certainly is. Check out this recent flight by FPV pilot COLA who says this dive was an amazing experience and also his best FPV adrenaline rush. You can see why when you factor in how far he traveled, how fast he flew, and the ridiculously sharp edges he navigated his bird through. 

French Alps Diving

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French Alps dives "Cinematic style"

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Located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Cöte d’Azur region, the French Alps are a sight to be seen. In the winter, many tourist and locals ski, snowboard, snowshoe, and sled the mountains, while in the summer other can be seen hiking, mountaineering, biking and rock climbing or, if you’re FPV pilot French RC, diving the hills with your FPV mini-quad. His dives into the ravines and around the rock face are massive and exciting to watch. 

Chicago's Willis Tower

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Dive - Chicago Tallest Building


Today's top first person view (FPV) pilots can tackle even the tallest skyscrapers, creating footage that would be literally impossible to otherwise capture.  Case in point is this fantastic piece by ilya_fpv.  He managed to FPV dive one of the world's most famous skyscrapers: Chicago's Willis Tower.  Once known as the Sears Tower, the 110 behemoth was the world's tallest building when it opened in 1973.  With an architectural height of 441 meters (1.45k ft.), it remained the USA's tallest building for over four decades.

Great Pyramids of Indianapolis

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The Great Pyramids of Indianapolis FPV


The Great Pyramids of Indianapolis are part of a commercial development in Indiana.  While they were designed by the famed architect Kevin Roche and are known for their architectural significance, they evolved from corporate workspace to to FPV playground when drone pilot FPV VitoPulverenti sped onto the scene.   He chased up the angular edges and dove down the collossal sides to show his freestyling maneuevers.  With this being his first vid on AirVuz, we're proud to welcome him to the scene and look forward to seeing more of his creative projects.

Hollywood Hardrock Casino

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Hollywood Hardrock Casino


Travel + Leisure has told us that the famous Guitar Hotel (aka the Hollywood Hardrock Casino) is a bucket list destination, but how many of us really get to see it all up close and personal like FLIP MODE FPV's drone has?  The iconic hotel in south Florida became a freestyle diving playground for this pilot who's clearly put his time into perfecting these acrobatic plunges (was that a backwards dive?), and trust us, the FPV community took notice.  So did we...nice job on making our February 7, 2020 FPV Pilots to watch list, FLIP MODE FPV!

Ancient Castle Dives

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The Ancient Castle Dive


The location for this FPV dive is something else. FPV Pilot to Watch in November of 2019, tamtantrik, is bringing us to Afyonkarahisar Castle and Ulu Mosque. Afyonkarahisar Castle was built around 1350 BC and is the massive, historical fort in Afyonkarahisar, Turkey on the rocky cliff you see in this video. Below it is Anyone Ulu Camii, a historical mosque that was built back in 1272. 

Seaside Diving

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Cliffhanger ⚠️🔥 Flying on the edge


Taking us drifting along the ledge of a sheer cliff is pilot Carcara_fpv. He’s sending it over the white, seaside cliffs that resemble the type you see in Dover or off the coast of Ireland. The white ledges drop hundreds of feet down to the rocky shoreline below while the roiling waves wait just off shore. The freestyle FPV fight is a fun one, filled with technical agility and flying skills.

Ayers Rock, Australia

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Uluru Dive - A Tribe


Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a massive sandstone monolith in Australia. Located in the heart of the Northern Territory’s arid “Red Center,” the rock has been sacred to indigenous peoples for thousands of years. Scientists says it started forming around 550 million years ago. Uluru had been open to tourists and climbers, but has officially closed. Indigenous Australians have celebrated the news since the rock and the area around it are considered sacred. See Uluru by FPV drone in this video.

Queensboro Bridge, New York City

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Diving the Queensboro bridge


The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge was completed over 100 years ago in 1909 over the East River in New York City, New York. Also known as the 59th Street Bridge because its Manhattan end is located between 59th and 60th streets, it is a cantilever bridge and is a bit over 1.1k meters (3.7k ft.) in length.   In this first person view (FPV) video by AirVuz contributor Dovescape_fpv, you will get a unique perspective on this iconic Big Apple landmark; this was picked as an AirVuz FPV Pilot to Watch video from October of 2019.

Diving in the French Alps

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Some dives in the Alps


This video is not “just some dives in the Alps,” it’s a ride through one of the most famous mountain ranges in the world. FPV pilot vltluigi takes us to the French Alps where he will preform plenty of dives, but will also take us around the lush forest that surrounds the peaks. It’s one of those pieces that seems so simple, yet is incredibly captivating in a way that only mini quads can be.

Abandoned Cooling Tower Dives

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NUrKlear Cooling Tower


Outside of Seattle, Washington there are two massive cooling towers of a never-completed power plant. Washington Nuclear Project Numbers 3 and 5, abbreviated as WNP-3 and WNP-5, were two of the five nuclear power plants meant to help power the Pacific Northwest in the late 1970’s. Nurkfpv had the chance to fly his mini quad through the old cooling towers in this epic bando piece. 

The Empire State Building

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FPV Empire State of Mind


Top AirVuz contributor and first person view (FPV) pilot BrooklynMarkFPV used a racing quad to "tackle" one of the world's great architectural landmarks: New York's Empire State Building.  Located at 5th Avenue and 33rd Street in Midtown Manhattan, the 102 story Art Deco masterpiece was completed in 1931, during the depths of the Great Depression.  Standing 381 meters at its roof height (1.25k ft.), it was the world's tallest skyscraper for four decades until dethroned by the World Trade Center; it remains one of the city's most iconic spots.  

Diving in Brooklyn, New York

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Check out this sick FPV building dive in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. This FPV freestyle pilot has found a new building to rip around in the city that never sleeps, taking risks flying his mini quad around gaps in the unique architecture of the skyscraper. This video made our Best FPV Dives collection and was put on our FPV Pilots to Watch list in February of 2019. 

Abandoned Power Plants in the UK

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FPV drone - Diving into 5 abandoned power plants


A nuclear power plant is a thermal power station that generates its power from the heat source that is a nuclear reactor. Oftentimes when one thinks of nuclear power plants, you think of the Chernobyl or Fukushima disasters. Many nuclear power plants have been shut down since those disasters because the risk of a meltdown is simply too much. These power plants in the United Kingdom were not nuclear, but have been abandoned nonetheless, making for a fantastic bando to dive. 

2019 Dive Compilation

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A fun year


Taking us along for the dive of a lifetime, pilot Exphrasis says he’s had a fun year of flying and we can see why in this video. Earning himself a spot on our AirVuz FPV Pilots to Watch list in February of 2019 and a place in our Best FPV Dives collection, he’ll brought us out to a few spots he’s flown this past year. Our favorite location is the opening dive, thing a massive skyscraper by storm with his mini quad in the dark of night. 

Diving Eiger North Face Mountain

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Eiger North Face Mountain Dive - Eiger Trail Grindelwald | FPV Freestyle

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The Eiger is a nearly 4,000 meter high mountain in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. Overlooking both Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen, it was first ascended by in August of 1858. We’re taking a different trip up and down the mountain in this FPV video by antonvs fpv. He’ll mountain surf and dive the monstrous peak in this “Best FPV Dives” video.


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CITY/FPV Freestyle

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STL Building Dives

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Downtown Cruzin

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Dive in Evolution