If you’ve ever wanted to fly an airplane and perform aerobatics, there are some things you should know. The first step is to find a good instructor or coach to help you.
Then, you’ll need a 2-seat aerobatic aircraft and some training.
Once you get those things, it’s time to apply to the larger sponsors. Hopefully, they’ll come to you with interest and sponsorship, but don’t give up until they do.
The next step is to compete in aerobatic competitions.
There are a few different levels of competition. The first category is called the primary aerobatic competition.
In this category, you must fly the same routine in the air, and the winning pilot wins a large prize.
If you get good enough at these competitions, you can even get accepted onto the US National Aerobatic Team. This team competes in aerobatic competitions worldwide.
If you’d like to fly at an airshow, you need to learn the aerobatic basics first.
This includes learning the aerodynamics of a spin, doing simple loops and rolls, and attempting more advanced maneuvers such as loops, rolls, and loops.
You’ll need to learn these maneuvers in the right order to achieve the best results. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you can move on to the advanced level.
Once you’ve mastered these skills, you can begin learning combinations.
One of the first combination maneuvers you’ll learn is the Cuban Eight. This maneuver involves two three-quarter loops followed by a half-aileron roll.
The result is a figure eight that looks like it’s on its side. Make sure to pull up as if you were starting the loop, and fly at around four Gs to get a smooth, clean landing.