Patty Wagstaff is the stuff of legends! She is a 3-time US National Aerobatics Champion, a 6-time member of the US Aerobatics team, and has won gold, silver, and bronze medal in the International Aerobatic Competition. She has been inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame and her plane, the Goodrich Extra 260, is on display at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum. Patty was the first woman to become the U.S. National Aerobatic Champion in 1991!
Patty will be demonstrating a display of precise, low-level, competition style, hard-core unlimited aerobatics. She will perform various maneuvers from vertical snap rolls to tailslides. Patty will inspire and ignite future generations of Clevelanders!
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