We collected the data from 19 jumps during an annual two-day wingsuit festival.
We also placed GPS receivers on the two airplanes that transported the jumpers from the drop-zone.
The pilots made wide spiraling tracks ascending towards the drop
point above the airfield,
and then made tighter squiggles as they sped down to pick up the next group of jumpers.
From these side views the wingsuit jumps can clearly be identified
in the core of the structure.
The whole structure is about 12,000ft high and 10 km wide.
Below is a top view of all the GPS data collected from the two-day festival.
Location: Weston-on-the-green, Oxfordshire,
Jump Altitude: 11-12,000 ft
Method: Flights and Skydives with wingsuits
Royal Air Force Sport Parachute Association is based at RAF Weston-on-the-Green near Bicester in Oxfordshire.
The centre operates at weekends for club skydivers, both military and civilian.
Many thanks to all those who took part