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n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
Spectacular stunts, such as rolls and loops, performed in an airplane or glider or by groups of airplanes flying together.

aer′o·bat′ n.
aer′o·bat′ic adj.


a person who performs spectacular or dangerous manoeuvres while in an aircraft
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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.
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Stuart Kingsbury, of Talywain, near Pontypool, was a passenger in the Cessna Aerobat 152 which hit the mountainside at the Ogwen Valley mouth near Bethesda, Gwynedd, on Monday.
Stuart Kingsbury of Talywain, near Pontypool, was a passenger in the Cessna Aerobat 152, which hit the 2,000ft mountainside at the Ogwen Valley mouth near Bethesda on Monday.
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The list of airplanes that developed included the American Champion Decathlon and Citabria, Cessna 150/152 Aerobat and Beech Aerobatic Musketeer.
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