The Displays


AND YOU THOUGHT THE SUN WAS THE HOTTEST THING IN THE SKY!

Paul Bennets Wolf Pitts Unlimited Solo Display

The Paul Bennet Airshows solo display itself is 10 minutes of high energy, engine screaming precision aerobatic manoeuvres taking place from the initial dive height of 2500ft right down to ground level, maintaining a mesmerizing connection with the crowd at all times.

Speeds reached during the performance are in excess of 300km/h and -100km/h with G-forces reaching +10G and -8G.

Manoevres performed include classic competition figures such as rolls, hesitation rolls, hammerheads, vertical rolls, inside and outside loops. Some gyroscopic manoeuvres like multiple snap rolls, torque rolls, shoulder rolls and tumbles are also performed.

With the classic look of a Bi-plane conjuring up images of brave pilots with nerves of steel locked in dog-fights over foreign lands, a Paul Bennet Airshows display will ensure a memorable highlight to your event and is sure to be talked about for years.

 


The SkyAces Formation Aerobatics Display

The SkyAces are Australia’s only high performance civilian aerobatic team consisting of three biplanes piloted by of Australia’s finest aerobatic pilots.

The SkyAces demonstrate absolute precision whilst flying formation loops and rolls less than two meters apart!

This precision accompanied with head to head passes just meters from the ground and a sky full of smoke come together to create the unforgettable SkyAces experience.

Paul Bennet hand picked Australia’s finest aerobatic pilots to fly with him in the SkyAces Team. Glenn Graham and Glenn Collins are highly skilled aerobatic and display pilots.

Make sure you don’t miss the SkyAces performance at an air show near you! – Smoke on!

 

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Warbird Displays

From the smooth sounds of the Stinson L5 to the thundering roar of the 1800 horsepower Grumman Avenger Paul Bennet Airshows has your warbird fix covered. For years Paul Bennet has led the Australian warbird scene with show stopping aerobatic and general handling displays.

Current Paul Bennet Airshows operational warbirds include the Grumman Avenger, T28 Trojan, Wirraway, Cessna 02, Yak 52, and Stinson L5.