Features

November 2013 Issue

Showmanship

The pilot’s “ostentatious” display would have worked out much better at a higher altitude.

To me, showing off in an airplane means conducting an efficient flight as planned and avoiding the worst weather, culminating in a smooth landing and an on-time arrival. For others, it might mean loops and rolls, flying inverted or a seemingly endless series of other aerobatic maneuvers visible to spectators. Each operation carries its own risks.

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