On this edition of the Australian Aviation podcast we are joined by Roulette #4 Scott Tavasci and Roulette #7 Daniel Armstrong from the Royal Australian Air Force aerobatic display team The Roulettes.
The next event for the Roulettes is the Temora Airshow, Warbirds Downunder which is coming up on Friday the 12th and Saturday the 13th of October.
It will be the last time that the public will be able to see the Roulettes in the Pilatus PC-9 at Temora so we encourage you to come on out to the airshow and watch their amazing display at the opening of both days. As many of the listeners would know the PC-9 is coming to the end of its service life with the Roulettes and we discuss the transition to the Pilatus PC-21, the differences between the types and the new faster and louder displays that will be seen.
Both FLTLT Tavasci and FLTLT Armstrong give us a great insight to what it’s like to be a pilot in the RAAF, the different and interesting aircraft types they have flown as well as the fantastic job opportunities within the Royal Australian Air Force.
If you get the opportunity to come out the the Temora Airshow, or any other airshow the Roulettes are performing, make sure you pop over and say hi to the team.
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