An adventure of

XAVIER ROSSET

© 2016 Fly The World

xavier@xavierrosset.ch

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Xavier Rosset

xavier@xavierrosset.ch

THE EXPEDITION

FTW IN ONE SENTENCE

400 days of interactive expedition, to experience our planet,

by exploring its many faces to capture a positive image

AN AERIAL ADVENTURE WORTHY OF THE PIONEERS

Exploring the planet and its inhabitants by flying over 5 continents, 50 countries and 80,000 kilometres in 400 days is an adventure worthy of the pioneers of aviation.

This idea was born of a shared desire to reveal another side of our planet, highlighting its best kept secrets, both on the geological and human levels.

The modern media is creating a race of addicts, broadcasting content rooted in disinformation, fear and over-consumption.

“FlyTheWorld” is intentionally apolitical and agnostic, its only goal being to show the positive side of what our world has to offer

NATURE FROM AN UNPARALLELED PERSPECTIVE

Mother Earth, source of all life, has become a daughter, a planet in need of protection.

And what if we were to take a new, non-scientific, non-inquisitive, view of a captivated observer with a collective message to share?

 

Deserts, Amazonian rainforest, canyons, legendary mountains and volcanoes, nature offer us a continual show reel of marvels dating from the dawn of time.

 

The ultralight will offer you a bird’s eye view and also the possibility to get close to wonders that are typically difficult to access.

FACE TO FACE ENCOUNTERS

Man is so dependent on the natural elements that the relationship he constructs with them bears witness to the importance he puts in this limit which defines life.

FTW will give you the opportunity to recount the extraordinary stories of equally extraordinary people throughout the world.

 

People, tribes and civilisation are facing extinction. They attempt to carve out an existence and defend their traditions, cultures and lifestyles that date back through the ages.

We feel it is important that these stories are told and preserved in the collective memory.