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Footage shows drone pilot pull off an impressive maneuver

Footage shows drone pilot pull off an impressive maneuver through a futuristic metal tower

  • Denis Meglić flew his drone through a futuristic art installation without a collision in a park in Croatia
  • He posted a video of the intricate exercise along with the caption: ‘That’s it! Most toughest dive that I ever done! ‘
  • The footage prompted reaction on Instagram with many praising his technique

A drone pilot pulled off an impressive maneuver by directing the object through a narrow metal tower without a collision. 

Denis Meglić was flying his drone in a park in Croatia and directed his equipment through a futuristic art installation without it crashing.

A drone pilot pulled off an impressive maneuver by directing the object through a narrow metal tower (pictured) 

He posted a video of the intricate excercise on Instagram along with the caption: ‘That’s it! Most toughest dive that I ever done! With my spotter @zedooo.’

The footage prompted plenty of reaction on Instagram with many praising Meglić’s technique as drones can be difficult to navigate. 

Drones recently hit the headlines after one halted operations for a couple of hours at two busy metropolitan airports. 

Around 760 scheduled journeys were cancelled at London’s Gatwick Airport just days before Christmas wrecking festive plans for 110,000 people left stranded at the airport.

On Tuesday, at least 100 flights carrying at least 15,000 passengers were delayed just weeks after Gatwick was crippled over Christmas. 

Denis Meglić flew his drone in a park in Croatia (pictured) and directed his equipment through a futuristic art installation

Denis Meglić flew his drone in a park in Croatia (pictured) and directed his equipment through a futuristic art installation

The footage prompted plenty of reaction on Instagram

The footage prompted plenty of reaction on Instagram

The footage prompted plenty of reaction on Instagram with many praising Meglić’s technique as drones can be difficult to navigate

Denis Meglić (pictured) has been operating drones for years and has learned some pretty impressive maneuvers 

Denis Meglić (pictured) has been operating drones for years and has learned some pretty impressive maneuvers 

The drone was seen hovering above Heathrow the day previously, grounding jets in case it was sucked into an engine or smashed through a plane’s windscreen.

Measures to install anti-drone missiles and detectors were promised in the wake of the chaos which crippled services in the run-up to Christmas. 

And authorities suggested other countries could avail of such measures to avoid potential similar incidents in the future.   

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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