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Aerobatic Aircraft

Falling from the sky

Great views, no engines and the only sound heard is the air passing by the Polish Puchacz glider. The Puchacz was introduced to the aviation market in 1979 and meets both OSTIV and JAR-22 Utility Category certification requirements. The Puchacz is approved for extended aerobatics including inverted flight and rolling manoeuvres. The SZD-50 has a tandem seating for the two occupants with the front seat used for solo flights.

Pictures from a PZL Bielsko SZD-50 Puchacz Glider near Cooma roughly 100km south of ACT, Australia

Between Earth and Sky.

Falling out of the sky


Nanchang CJ-6 Dives Deep & Rolls Over

Introduced in 1960 the Nanchang CJ-6 is a two seat primary trainer aircraft, powered by a 260-hp Zhuzhou Huosai HS-6 radial piston engine.  A common, but mistaken, belief is that the CJ-6 is a Chinese version of the Yakovlev Yak-18A. The CJ-6A, an improved 285 horse version, is a popular hobby plane. A CJ-6 can cost as little as $75,000 in the US resale market. The aircraft appears on the civil register of the USA, Australia, UK, South Africa and other countries.

Nanchang CJ-6, Deep Dive
Rolling Over LA
Nanchang CJ-6 Over the Pacific


Free Aerobatic Plane Ride with ANG

Well, it’s free if you watch it from here! Take a ride with Kalamazoo Gazette reporter Fritz Klug and LTC John Klatt of the Air Guard’s Aerobatic Team as they take to the sky above Battle Creek’s W.K. Kellogg Airport in Michigan. 2011 Battle Creek Field of Flight Air Show and Balloon Festival starts today. For more information on this air show click here.


Crazy or Skilled


Learn To Fly A Pitts Or Extra From The Best

AEROBATIC FLIGHT TRAINING SCHOOL FOR AVID AVIATORS

Are you a newly certified pilot or seasoned professional?  Click on the picture below and learn more about Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety Sean D. Tucker.

Aerobatic Performance Training prices are great and the exerience is sencond to none! Located at Mesa Del Rey Airport (KKIC) in King City, California.


Eye Of The Tiger

The de Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth is a 1930s biplane designed by Geoffrey de Havilland and was operated by the Royal Air Force between the 30s and early 50s. From the 30s till today this aircraft is occasionally used as a primary trainer. Tiger Moths still remain in widespread use as a recreational aircraft in many countries.


Melissa Pemberton Coming to Dayton Air Show

The Edge540 Aircraft offers Unlimited Aerobatics. If you are able to be in Dayton OH July 23 and 24 you will see some amazing stunts.


Aerobatic ANG

John Klatt

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