stunt flying

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Synonyms for stunt flying

the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft

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Her deep interest in flying, however, did not take root until she was in her early 20s and saw a stunt flying exhibition.
With the inception of the Iranian revolution, however, Sharifirad's stunt flying days were over.
He also flew his own Stearman biplane, with which he did stunt flying that earned him the name "Chazz One Time," because he would try anything once.
DELTA FORCE: The Vulcan proved to be the star attraction at the Southport air show and, inset, daredevil pilots wowed the crowds with their stunt flying Pictures: JAMES MALONEY
Competitors from across the globe managed to keep hold of their prized exhibits and wow the crowd with ornate designs and intricate stunt flying over the two-day festival.
Battling the urban jungle in one is like using an Airbus 380 for stunt flying. However, although this is a huge beast, beware - that does not make the 286bhp 4.5-litre twin turbo charged diesel slow.
That narrow miss with death, and other close misses trying to steer a parachute between Ferris wheels and other carnival hazards, began to take the glamour out of the stunt flying business.
If you've ever seen the erratic, stunt flying a skilled radio controller can perform, you'll appreciate how difficult this shoot can be.
Top of the bill were the Red Arrows, nine RAF Hawk trainer jets, arguably the finest formation and stunt flying team in the world.
Attractions include hot air balloon and helicopter rides, aerobatic and stunt flying demonstrations.