aerobatics

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Synonyms for aerobatics

the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft

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The Red Arrows, officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, performed earlier this week at the Dubai Air Show and are in the UAE as part of a five-week tour of the Middle East.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (Red Arrows) are on a tour of the Middle East, which will see the expert flyers perform in Qatar, Oman, Abu Dhabi and at the Dubai Air Show.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (Red Arrows) will put their thrilling performance above the Al-Seef waterfront at 04:00.
This is for the first time that nine ship PAF Sherdil formation aerobatic team would perform in any international event of this stature.
He was also a team member of "Thunderbolts" - IAF's erstwhile Aerobatic Team.
Turkish Stars is the only aerobatic team performing their displays with "eight" supersonic NF-5 aircraft.
The RAF's top aerobatic team gave a 20-minute display before returing to their base.
Councillor Catherine Connolly, failed Dail hopeful for a seat in Galway West, wants the government to stop the US Air Force's Thunderbirds aerobatic team from flying in this year's Salthill Show.
An raf man is making history after becoming a member of the Red Arrows aerobatic team.
Lecture entitled The RAF Aerobatic Team and will be presented by William Boyce.
The pair used the British theme to pay tribute to Royal Air Force aerobatic team The Red Arrows.
The British Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team visited the Dubai English Speaking School (DESS) as part of their outreach programme while they are in the UAE to take part in the Dubai Air Show.
The British Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, known as the Red Arrows, have taken off for a Middle East tour that will include an appearance at the Dubai Air Show later this month.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (Red Arrows) will display their skills above the Seef waterfront at 4pm.
The demand would see BAE supply products and services for the production of 20 Hawk jets, made well-known by the RAF s Red Arrows aerobatic team.