aerobatics

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  • noun

Synonyms for aerobatics

the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft

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The pilots of the Cartouche Dore aerobatics team are all instructors at this French Air Force academy.
The Pakistan Air Force was at the time quite well known in the world for its own formation aerobatics team.
After the thrilling performance of Sherdil Aerobatics Team, the locally produced JF17 Thunder aircraft entered the arena which was flown by Wing Commander Mian Usman Ali.
The Breitling Wingwalkers will also be on show, as are the Blades aerobatics team, who on Friday took Sunderland's 1973 FA Cup winner Micky Horswill on a "mind-boggling" rollercoaster ride in the skies.
He's talking about the honour of being a member of the Royal Air Force Aerobatics team, the Red Arrows.
Look to the skies for fantastic air displays by The Twister Aerobatics Team, a Vintage Motor Display will be taking place around The Town Hall, showcasing hundreds of fabulous vintage vehicles and down on The Promenade, a special Summer Fair will be taking place featuring lots of local retailers selling their wares.
NNA - RussiaA's third aerobatics team will comprise 12 Yak-130 combat trainer jets, the Irkut aircraft maker said Tuesday.
Among the highlights for the crowd on Saturday was a fly-past to honour the event by the famous Red Arrows aerobatics team.
It was the start of a breathtaking 30-minute performance by the British Royal Air Force Aerobatics Team, commonly known as the Red Arrows, who were making a stopover in Oman before visiting the Dubai Air Show next week.
I was delighted to see the world-famous Red Arrows, the RAF Aerobatics team, performing their fantastic high speed display here in Bahrain, as part of their Gulf tour," Mr
Helicopters, jets from the Al Fursan aerobatics team and transport aircraft will begin their rehearsals in the skies above the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre Grandstand.
The UK Royal Air Force aerobatics team Red Arrows has used the BAE Systems Hawk since 1979.
The initial stages could have hardly been more British, marked by a flyover from the Red Arrow aerobatics team followed by a 90-second shower.
The tragic accident came less than three months after another pilot with the world-famous aerobatics team, Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, 33, was killed in an air show crash in Dorset.