We’ve worked with Fujitsu for an incredible 12 years, providing everything from crisis comms support to campaign creation.

Recently we’ve been helping the brand with its involvement in SSAFA, a charity organisation set up to support our armed forces.

This year, in support of the charity, daredevil wingsuit pilot Fraser Corsan (check him out on Twitter if you haven’t already) has decided to go one step further and take to the sky.

Introducing: Project Cirrus.

Jumping from a height of over 40,000 feet, Fraser aims to break no fewer than four wingsuit flight world records:

  1. Distance record (19 miles)
  2. Speed record (234 mph)
  3. Flight duration record (9.06 minutes)
  4. Altitude record (37,256ft)

You may have seen or heard our wingsuited hero on The One Show, Chris Evans’ BBC2 radio show, his local stations Wave 105 and BBC Wiltshire as well as the Daily Telegraph. And Lorraine Kelly, BBC Breakfast and ITV news are all due to cover the jump, so watch this space!

If you haven’t already, make sure you show your support and #jointhejump – help Fujitsu fly faster, further, higher and longer through the skies for charity.

Check out the video below to see Fraser in action:

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