Mystery of the Crazy Sukhoi Su-35 Ejection Finally Revealed

Bad news: The crazy Sukhoi Su-35 stunt was not entirely true. The pilot flew without canopy, but the ejection was on the ground. Dangerous, but not that dangerous. We tracked down the video, which shows how the eject seat works. » 8/05/09 5:00pm 8/05/09 5:00pm

The Sukhoi Su-35 Eject Stunt Was Filmed for Kerosene Cowboys

I don't know yet if the crazy Sukhoi Su-35 pilot jumped at Mach 2.0 or not, but the scene showing the fighter flying without a canopy—and one of the pilots jumping—was filmed for a movie called Kerosene Cowboys: » 7/28/09 6:30pm 7/28/09 6:30pm

Crazy Russian Sukhoi Su-35 Pilot Ejects For a Hollywood Movie at Mach 2…

Holy frak. Holy frak. HOLYROLLERBLADINGFRAK! Movie producers paid two Sukhoi Su-35 pilots to fly without a canopy at Mach 2.0, and have one of them eject in what probably is one of the most dangerous stunts ever filmed. (UPDATED) » 7/27/09 2:00pm 7/27/09 2:00pm