Aerobatic flying

Absolute Flying Precision by Billy Werth - Aerobatics USA

Late to the airport? Missed your plane? No need to worry! There is one more, a bit more extreme, solution to put things right. Just catching up with it. All you have to know is Mr. Werth, an aircraft hunter. These guys, either in the cockpit or in the saddle of the bike, have never known, what is the delay. Even upside down! Let´s take a look at the brilliant performance of the Air Force precision. Let´s meet pilots from Grayout.
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Besides thoroughly enjoying flying upside down, the pilots at Grayout Aerosports feel that Aerobatic, Upset Recovery, and Tailwheel training is some of the most important flight instruction you can get. Showing clients what their aircraft can and cannot do is the primary goals of several Grayout flight training programs. These include Upset/Emergency Maneuver, Spin Training, Basic and Advanced Aerobatic and Military Transition Training.

Moreover, they know well that realizing and understanding the entire flight envelope of your aircraft are not skills you will actively use on a daily basis. It is knowledge to have in your back pocket when the full amount of your pilot skills are called upon to help you and your passengers make it safely to the ground. To that end Grayout Aerosports have created a comprehensive program to insure you departure is safer than your arrival.

Werth Boys Speed Show

Team Grayout Aerosports is also ready to make your job as an airshow coordinator, performance, media rides and rides for the public. And their best show? Well, it is an extreme ride. You can watch, hear and feel the excitement as "the Werth Boys" rapidly dart down the seemingly endless runway. But this is no regular speed demonstration... it's a two mile test of strength, precision and speed. proudly presents Grayout Aerosports.

Billy Werth

Growing up in an Air Force family, Billy has been around some sort of airplane his whole life. He started flying in 1988 and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Professional Aviation Technology from Indiana State University in 1994. In 1992 he started teaching aerobatics and has been hooked ever since. In 1997 he graduated from Undergraduate Pilot Training and started flying the KC-135R for the Air Force Reserves. He was hired by Chautauqua Airlines in 2001 and is now a Captain on the Embraer 145, based in Indianapolis. Billy has over 6000 hours of flight time in 20 different aircraft, with 600 of it teaching folks how to fly upside down.

Contacts:  Grayout Aerosports, Hendricks County Airport, 2749 Gordan Graham Rd, Danville, IN , USA   Tel. 1-317-426-0423  More information at:  .

Source: Grayout Aerosports website and FB profile  Thanks to Billy Werth. All images are property of Grayout Aerosports. Copyrights applied.  Video: Youtube  Text: Thomas

8. 10. 2013

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