stunt pilot


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a pilot who travels around the country giving exhibits of stunt flying and parachuting

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When a beloved local stunt pilot crashes his plane into a crowd of spectators at a festival, Wash is critically injured.
She was the youngest pilot in the United States to fly solo in September 1929 and she later performed as a stunt pilot before giving up the controls to begin her family and rear three children.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: A stunt pilot and one other person were killed today after a helicopter collided with a high-rise crane in central London and plunged more than 700 feet to the busy streets below.
In 2007, veteran stunt pilot Jim LeRoy was killed at the Dayton show when his biplane slammed into the runway while performing loop-to-loops and caught fire.
Vienna, Jumada II 21, 1434, May 1, 2013, SPA -- A stunt pilot died Wednesday in Austria when his small jet crashed en route to a performance for Austrian energy drinks maker Red Bull, dpa cited police as saying.
Stunt pilot Mr Barnes, who piloted helicopters for films such as Die Another Day, was alone in the aircraft amid thick cloud when it clipped the crane.
A STUNT pilot and former air ambulance hero and one other person were killed after a helicopter collided with a high-rise crane in central London and plunged more than 700 feet to the busy streets below.
A STUNT pilot and one other person were killed yesterday after a helicopter collided with a high-rise crane in central London and plunged more than 700 feet to the busy streets below.
A 70-year-old woman once told stunt pilot Aragon that she'd love to learn to fly, but thought she was too old.
Stunt pilot Chuck Aaron uses this one-of-a-kind chopper to perform tricks like rolls, dives, and loop-the-loops at air shows around the country.
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More than 70 people were injured in Friday's unexplained crash that also took the life of 74-year-old stunt pilot James Leeward.
He had flown more than 120 races and served as a stunt pilot for numerous movies, his website said.
Tim Linville, 48, was watching the event with his two daughters when Hollywood stunt pilot Jimmy Leeward, 74, lost control of his World War II fighter and veered off course.