|Fred Harl and Carmelo Turdo|
David Martin, usually known for his high-energy aerobatic performance in the Breitling CAP 232, flew a very different routine in his slow but graceful Bucker Jungmeister BU133D1. The 1930s-era design was produced in Germany and Spain as an advanced trainer, though this particular aircraft dates to the early 1970s. The design was used regularly in aerobatic competitions into the 1960s, and the crowds at EAA AirVenture 2016 were treated to a precision demonstration of this classic aircraft, including a no-hands inverted pass.
Greg Koontz performed his brand of graceful aerobatics in a 180hp Super Decathlon. He has set the standard for Super Decathlon aerobatics, flying barrel rolls, loops and inverted ribbon cuts among other maneuvers. Get ready for some beautiful flying when Greg Koontz is in the airshow!
Jim Peitz flies an aerobatic Beech F33C Bonanza in a demonstration of the classic aircraft's sweeping maneuverability. Peitz flies other aerobatic and commercial aircraft, and owns several aviation businesses in his home base in Pierre, SD.