Niagara Gazette — Stunts like his knife-edge spins, waterfalls and four-point rolls are all extremely impressive. In fact, they keep him interested in the activity, he said.
"Last year, I was in to jets," he said. "But this year, I decided to try aerobatics. It's a lot more fun than flying in circles."
Organizers are hopeful the weather forecast for today holds true to try and bring more curious onlookers. Because the beauty of this particular air show is the pilots sometimes allow rookies to fly a plane.
Using connected controllers, the owner is able to get the plane to take off and climb to a nice height. He then hands over control to the inexperienced flyer by holding a button on his controller, allowing the other to take the lead.
It's a system designed to bring the rookies along slowly so if they make a mistake, the pilot can correct it before there's any real damage done, Incorvaia said.
"If the young pilot gets into trouble, like if he's going to crash, the experienced pilot can take control of the plane and save it," he said. "We try to keep the planes what we call 'three-mistakes high' (in the air) while flying."Contact reporter Timothy Chipp at 282-2311, ext. 2251 or follow on Twitter @timchipp.