Flying Lines aerobatics columnist Paul Walker with one of several versions of his successful Impact design. Flying Lines photo.
Walker on Stunt
Paul Walker, former world champion and many times U.S. national champion in precision aerobatics, has agreed to contribute some of his vast stunt flying wisdom for Flying Lines readers, starting with his series on trimming airplanes.
By Paul Walker
New! May 2016 column: Flying in 'dead air'
April 2016 column: Flying in the wind, Part 2
March 2016 column: Flying in the wind, Part 1
February 2016 column: An adjustable flap mechanism
December 2015 column: Putting the trim flow chart to work
October 2015 column: Trim Flow Chart Chapter 6: Advanced Trim Part 2
September 2015 column: Trim Flow Chart Chapter 5: Advanced trim Part 1
July 2015 column: The 2015 U.S. Nationals: View from the winner's circle
June 2015 column: The Trim Flow Chart Chapter 4, turning and tracking the same
May 2015 column: The Trim Flow Chart Chapter 3, Criteria problems
April 2015 column: The Trim Flow Chart, Chapter 2, advanced trim
March 2015 column: The Trim Flow Chart, Chapter 1, Basic Trim