Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Flight Line internet Radio Presents Smoke On Aerobatics

“Real People Real Stories”
The show is a true look into sport aerobatics talking with people involved in airshows, and competitions. The listener will get to experience conversations with contest pilots, airshow pilots, coaches, and support crew. They will hear the true real lives of these people getting a real behind the scenes peak into the world of these people. The listener will get the sense that they just sat at the campfire with one of their friends trading stories.

Show format:
Monolog: Short story of what’s happening in Paul’s life
Guest Segment: This week’s guest
Listener email: Answer one or two emails
On the Horizon: News on up coming shows, and contest, and results

"We are very excited about this new program and are honored to be able to offer it to our global listeners" said Don Costanza, Marketing Director of FLiR. "Paul brings the same level of excitement and energy to the audio show as he does to his air show performance".

About the host:
Paul Lopez is an 11 year veteran to competition aerobatics, and is embarking on his 3rd year on the airshow circuit. He currently fly’s the MX Aircraft’s MX2 in the unlimited category of competition and airshows throughout the United States. Paul has won aerobatic contests in every category of powered competition and currently took 2nd place for season total point standings for the South East Unlimited Aerobatic Series. There is no bigger aerobatic fan then Paul. His father took him to airshows through his childhood. It was this exposure that inspired Paul to be a pilot and one day fly airshows. He earned is pilots license the summer out of high school by washing airplanes at a flight school in Van Nuys, CA in trade for flying time. Paul lives on the airport in Zephyrhills, FL which is in the Tampa Bay area. Look for Paul at your local airshow as he is quickly becoming a crowd favorite due to his high energy flying and personality. Stay tuned to Flight Line internet Radio for this exiting new program.

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