The Art of Low Power Aerobatics

Sep 16, 2012 No Comments by

At any air show, you’ll see many styles of flying. The public’s favorites seem to be the speed, thunder and close quarter flying of the jet teams and the brutal precision of planes such as the Pitts, Laser, Extra and Sukhoi as they effortlessly perform intricate dances, without any apparent regard for gravity. My favorite acts, however, are those by stock or slightly modified “standard” aircraft flown on meager power, but still doing excellent aerobatics.

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