Definition of Stunt flying
1. Noun. The performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft.
Generic synonyms: Flight, Flying
Specialized synonyms: Spin, Tailspin
Derivative terms: Stunt
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stunt Flying
Literary usage of Stunt flying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Aero and Hydro: America's Aviation Weekly by Aero Club of Illinois (1912)
"COMPETITION WILL BE 1912 FEATURE Continued from page 253 "Stunt" flying should be ... From the aviator's standpoint "stunt" flying is most dangerous, ..."
2. Practical Flying: Complete Course of Flying Instruction by William Gordon McMinnies, Henry Graeme Anderson (1918)
"Although this fancy flying, or stunt flying as it is called, is excellent training for aviators who are intended for scout or war flying, ..."
3. Fighting the Flying Circus by Eddie Rickenbacker (1919)
"Within five minutes the field was cleared and we were running up our motors for a pre-arranged exhibition in stunt-flying, formation flying, farce combats ..."