About

About

Inspirational Motivational Speaker, Human Flight Expert, Adventurer, Leader and Athlete

 

Inspirational and motivational speaker Alastair Macartney is a World Champion and global adventurer and that leads a team of human flight specialists that defy conventional wisdom and achieve the unachievable while raising awareness for charity.  From setting a World Record leaping from the KL Tower in Malaysia to leading a 3-man wingsuit human flight formation from the infamous north face of the Eiger in Switzerland his team create the catalyst to inspire and motivate others to push their boundaries while bridging the intersection to support others less fortunate than themselves.

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Speaker

Speaker

Speaker – Inspirational Leadership, Management, Adventure and Motivational Speeches

 

World renowned human flight adventurer and leader, Alastair Macartney provides inspirational speeches and talks to a variety of audiences.  From large corporate events, conferences and as an after dinner speaker through to Scout groups and schools he immediately engages and interacts at all levels whether he is describing his record-breaking feats or providing inspirational leadership techniques.  All speeches are tailored specifically to the audience, ensuring significant value to all participants.

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Aerial Work

Aerial Work

Aerial Work – Displays, TV, Film, Movies and other media

 

As a multiple time National Champion and multiple time World Record Holder and World Medallist with over 7,500 parachute descents, Alastair is internationally renown at the cutting edge of high profile aerial work and stunts.  He has conceived and executed a variety of complex stunts as both the Stunt Coordinator and Stuntman.

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Alastair Macartney's Adventure Blog

Impossible Leaps: Celebrating The Freedom Of The World War One Centenary

Impossible Leaps: Celebrating The Freedom Of The World War One Centenary

Posted by Alastair Macartney on 4 Aug , 2014

Impossible Leaps: Celebrating The Freedom Of The World War One Centenary   I stepped up on the edge. I was nervous. I tried not to be. I wanted to appear cool, calm and collected. I needed to. But inwardly, my heart was racing. It quickened further. My breaths...

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Behind The Scenes At TEDx Houses Of Parliament

Behind The Scenes At TEDx Houses Of Parliament

Posted by Alastair Macartney on 26 Jun , 2014

Behind The Scenes At TEDx Houses Of Parliament   It was almost exactly 12 months ago that my legs were shaking and my heart was pounding. My mouth had suddenly turned dry. I looked up to see a huge audience all staring at me, waiting for me to speak. It...

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How Can Dogs Really Fly?

How Can Dogs Really Fly?

Posted by Alastair Macartney on 30 May , 2014

How Can Dogs Really Fly?   Dogs really can fly. They’ve actually been doing it for years with a bit of human help. Earlier this week one of the National Geographic Adventurers of the Year Dean Potter released a video of his dog, Whisper, flying. Whisper is...

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Memorial Day: What Does Freedom Mean To You?

Memorial Day: What Does Freedom Mean To You?

Posted by Alastair Macartney on 27 May , 2014

What Does Freedom Mean To You?   Leaping from mountains, flying my Jedei winguit through valleys, soaring past the circling birds and glancing across at my team mates just inches away is an almost indescribable experience. An experience that I live for. For me,...

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Three Life Lessons I Learned By Leaping From the Eiger

Three Life Lessons I Learned By Leaping From the Eiger

Posted by Alastair Macartney on 10 May , 2014

Three Life Lessons I Learned By Leaping From the Eiger   I was stood right on the very edge of the Eiger, the infamous mountain in the Swiss Alps. As I looked down, there was a plunging vertical drop of thousands of feet. I was perched above the north face...

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Does The Journey Count?

Does The Journey Count?

Posted by Alastair Macartney on 27 Mar , 2014

Does The Journey Count?   At the end of last week we had 2 full days of snow.  I then went to hike to the exit point for a BASE jump, cutting a new trail.  I had my mini crampons on but I found myself, at times, chest deep in the snow.  It made for slightly slow...

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