stunt flying

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Noun1.stunt flying - the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraftstunt flying - the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft
flying, flight - an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"
tailspin, spin - rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral
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Basel, Dhu-AlQa'dah 8, 1436, Aug 23, 2015, SPA -- One pilot was reported dead after two aeroplanes from a German stunt flying group crashed at a Swiss air show, according to local police.
He has a goat drag racing and stunt flying, and jumps in a Bentley to try and break the 'Flying Mile' record set on Pendine Sands in 1927.
General aviation includes flight schools, agricultural use, manufacture and maintenance of aircraft, stunt flying and airshows.
Mr Britton said: "On a cold, wet October evening in 2012 we staged our first escape stunt flying the EFL banner.
Summary: If Emirates and Qantas airlines were hoping to make waves with their ground-breaking new partnership, their historic publicity stunt flying two superjumbo planes over Australia's Sydney Harbour Bridge certainly helped.
When Sanjay died stunt flying, elder son Rajiv was roped into politics.
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.