It's now the late 23rd century and there are now hundreds of space stations, orbiting approximately at the height of the (now deceased) ISS, give or take a few kilometers. Lately, the International Space Fleet™ has been trying to find a way to get people back down to Earth without the need to use lots of rocket fuel for descents.
To do this, the ISF™ has decided to, rather than sending people down from stations in rockets that they're going to instead send people down by having them "skydive" to Earth. Let's assume that the following things are already in place:
- There are now methods to keep people from blacking out at high speeds and high G-forces.
- The "skydiver" has to manually operate the mechanisms on their suit, e.g, deploying parachutes, etc.
- The "skydivers" leave and "dive" from the space stations at scheduled times to make sure there are no collisions, and that they land in the right-ish area.
Is this plausible in any way? If so, is there anything that needs to be changed to make it more plausible? If it's not plausible, or possible at all for that matter, then why? And if so, is there anything that could be changed to make if somewhat plausible?
EDIT: This question is not the same as this question. That question is asking if this kind of scenario is possible given some very tight constraints, in an earlier time period. My question is set in a completely different time period and has looser constraints.