Skip Stewart is best known for his high-energy aerobatics routine, which includes very low and slow knife-edge passes. His performances most often involve transitioning into slow knife-edge flight immediately after take-off, followed by an outside-banked turn as he sets up for his routine. The performances themselves involve extreme positive and negative G-manoeuvres,Read More →

Over a hundred years ago, Captain Carlo Piazza climbed onto his spindly Blériot XI and made military history. On October 23, 1911, Captain Carlo Piazza climbed onto his spindly Blériot XI and made military history by spying on the enemy below. At the start of the Italo-Turkish War, the ItalianRead More →