Patty Wagstaff to join Thunder Over Georgia

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  • By Tannyr Watkins
  • Robins Public Affairs

The Robins air show lineup just keeps getting bigger. World renowned superstar Patty Wagstaff has signed on to perform her breathtaking aerial demonstration at the Thunder Over Georgia Air Show       Oct. 1 and 2 here. 

Don’t miss the chance to see this three-time U.S. National Aerobatic Champion, the first woman to ever achieve this title, perform live. 

As one of the world’s top air show pilots, Wagstaff flies thrilling, low-level aerobatic demonstrations before millions of people each year.  

“I had the opportunity to watch Patty Wagstaff perform at the 2012 Robins Air Show and I was amazed by her dynamic show,” said Tracy Hulsey, 78th Air Base Wing. “She is an excellent performer and I am excited to see what she will do this year.” 

Wagstaff’s stunning performances gives air show spectators a front-row seat to the precision and complexity of modern, unlimited hard-core aerobatics. Her smooth aggressive style sets the standard for performers the world over. 

She flies the EXTRA 300S. Built in Dinslaken, Germany by Walter Extra, the 300S combines superb quality, maximum performance and impeccable engineering into an aerobatic legend. 

With light-weight composite construction, the EXTRA 300S has a climb rate of 4,000 feet per minute and a roll rate of 420 degrees per second! 

Headlining act, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will also take to the skies showcasing their sharply choreographed aerobatic skills.  

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What to know:
Gates open at 9 a.m.
Admission and parking are free.
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