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The Origins of Competition Aerobatics

Aerobatics started before the First World War. Some of it by mistake, such as Wilfred Parkes first successful, albeit unintentional recovery from a spin in 1912; and some of it gutsy adventurism, for example the brave Russian Nesterov

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Flying beautiful loops

The loop is the “grandfather” of all aerobatic manoeuvres. Since it is the easiest to do and takes the least time to learn, it is usually the first manoeuvre that I teach. Before aerobatic training is commenced, the student should

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