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Synonyms for aerobatics

the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft

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Catherine Cavagnaro uses an Aerobat in her Ace Aerobatic school in Sewanee, Tennessee, for aerobatic, spin and upset recovery training.
There were 16 Aerobat accidents, most of which were fatal, involving low flight.
I recently gathered data to create a glide polar for N7395L (my matching 1979 Cessna 152 Aerobat) but didn't see much difference in the best glide airspeeds.
A mid-1970s model A150 Aerobat like Brian Anderson's airplane, shown in the main photo, might sell for around $25,000, according to Aircraft Bluebook.
For one who came up in aero flying an Aerobat or Citabria, the overwhelming feeling is it's only necessary to think about a maneuver to fly it.
We took off from a cold, central Ohio airport in a Cessna 150 Aerobat and were flying along in the crisp, clear air when my instructor spotted a friend's Piper Dakota scooting along a couple of thousand feet below us.
The list of airplanes that developed included the American Champion Decathlon and Citabria, Cessna 150/152 Aerobat and Beech Aerobatic Musketeer.
With this progression, soon spins and even stalls may be solely the realm of the aerobat and the accident victim.
A four-point harness would have been better and was used on the Aerobat. While the cabin is small, it is quite strong, with what amounts to a box around the occupants, between the landing gear, firewall and wing spars.
Unique to the mass-market trainer, Cessna offered two additional versions of both the 150 and 152--the Aerobat and a seaplane conversion, which appeared in 1968.
However, my 150 is an Aerobat model, with an "A" in front of the 150 and a different serial number than what is covered in the AML.
Waco Classic Aircraft, which builds the hulking Waco YMF-5, is pitching the Great Lakes as the perfect combination of sport aerobat and a trainer for upset recovery, which some pilot courses now require.
If you fly frequently and want an economical aerobat that will take you up through learning Unlimited aerobatics, an S-2B with a three-blade MT prop has proven to be the best bang for the buck.