Sky Whirlies, the well-known leading manufacturer of remote control toy helicopters, today announced that two teenage kids will use its brand new SkyBeetle helicopter, to be launched in P7, in an attempt to establish the formation flying world record.

Jason and Ben are long-time fans of Sky Whirlies’ existing SkyBuddy and SkyMate products. They will try to fly 50 SkyBeetle helicopters during 25 minutes, while maintaining the helicopters in the ‘V’ logo of Vlerick Business School. In this way Sky Whirlies’ management, alumni of this well-known business school, will honour their alma mater.

The world record attempt will take place on Friday May 31st in Leuven, Belgium. Leuven’s mayor, Louis Tobback, will kick-off the attempt.

The current world record was established in 2005 using the SkyMate helicopter, another Sky Whirlies product.

Sky Whirlies wishes its young fans Jason and Ben the very best of luck.


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