What is the Air Force equivalent to the Blue Angels?

Members of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds fly the F-16 Fighting Falcons in all of their performances. The Blue Angels and the Thunderbirds are aviation demonstration teams that utilize the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornets and the F-16 Fighting Falcons, respectively, for their performances.

Which is the best aerobatic team?

Top 5 World’s Best Aerobatic Display Teams

  • Frecce Tricolori.
  • Red Arrows.
  • Blue Angels.
  • Surya Kiran.
  • Sagar Pawan.

Do aerobatic pilots get paid?

Aerobatic pilots, or stunt pilots, perform in aerial shows, compete with other aerobatic pilots, and train pilots in aerobatic flight. The pay of stunt pilots varies tremendously, but the median earnings of this job pay between $50,000 and $70,000.

Can you make money in aerobatics?

Aerobatic Competitions Competitions can not only earn you money but catch the eye of sponsors and fans of the sport. Somewhat similar to gymnastics or the Olympic high dive, there are lots of rules and deductions competitors have to be aware of. Each flight performance is graded by a team of judges.

What is the best beginner aircraft?

Tomcat (my all time favourite module,but complex and hard to fly well)

  • Viggen (my second favourite module,but quite complex systems,hard to fly and very specialist mission profile)
  • Mig-21 (hard to fly,but very good simulation of a historically important aircraft)
  • Me109,Spitfire,Fw190 (all hard to fly)
  • Which aircraft is the best?

    Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II.

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  • Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 Raptor.
  • Eurofighter Typhoon.
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  • Dassault Rafale.
  • Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle.
  • Who makes the best aircraft engines?

    – Rolls-Royce – GE Aviation – Pratt & Whitney

    What is aerobatic flying and is it dangerous?

    Flying aerobatics is not intrinsically dangerous- altitude is your friend if you screw something up. It can make one a better pilot, and help develop a feel for an airplane’s performance across the whole range of the flight envelope. Stalls and spins, upright and inverted while up high- not a problem.