Aerobatic Lineup

The Aerobatic portion of our Air Show featured some of the best aerobatic performers in the country, including International Award Winning Patty Wagstaff.

Sky Knights
Members of the Sky Knights Sports Parachute Club demonstration team glide through the air opening the acrobatic portion of the Wings Over Waukesha Airshow. Skydive Milwaukee™ is the home of the historic Sky Knights Sport Parachute Club. They’ve been training first jump students in East Troy, WI for over 49 years.
Patty Wagstaff
Patty competed in the US Aerobatic Team until 1996. She was the top U.S. medal winner, winning gold, silver and bronze medals in international competition for several years. In 1987 she earned the Rolly Cole memorial award for her contributions to the aerobatic sports, and in 1991, she won her first of three US National Aerobatic Championships, the first woman to win that competition. Western Flyer’s Magazine readers chose her as their favorite pilot. She was the International Aerobatic Club champion in 1993.
Susan Dacy
Step back in time as Susan Dacy puts her 450 horsepower, Super Stearman, ‘Big Red’ through its paces with a dazzling display of barrel rolls, slow, slow rolls, Cuban eights, hammerhead turns, loops and much more, in a style reminiscent of the barnstorming era of flying. Susan is one of only a few females performing airshows in a biplane, and is the only woman flying exhibition in the Super Stearman.
Dave Dacy & Tony Kazian
Whether performing a solo aerobatic routine, or with wingwalker, Tony Kazian, ‘on board’, the Super Stearman brings the thrill, excitement, smoke and noise of true airshow entertainment! In a low level, aggressive aerobatic display of barnstorming manoeuvres Dave Dacy’s self-styled routine in the Super Stearman continues to be a ‘front page’ story, captivating the attention of event attendees, sponsors and media alike. The incredible talents and capabilities of two highly skilled professionals come together as Dave Dacy and Tony Kazian present a tremendous aerobatic wingwalking performance that is ‘second to none’.
Decathlon: Dr. Bill Blank Dr. Bill Blank
Bill is a senior AME and retired Ophthalmologist. He began flying aerobatics 34 years ago when he took a 10-hour aerobatic course from airshow pilot, Pete Meyers and has been teaching aerobatics for 29 years. He began flying airshows in 1987 and obtained a level 1 surface waiver in 1989. He has flown in over 160 airshows and given over 1400 hrs. of aerobatic flight instruction mostly in Decathlons. Bill has over 5000 hours total time and 3700 in a Decathlon. He holds an ASEL. MEL, and SES ratings and also has COMM and CFII ratings.
ErikEdgren Erik Edgren
Erik Edgren A.K.A. Hobie Washburn, is a natural airshow performer – personable to the public, engaging to the media and a rare, polished stick and rudder pilot. His family-friendly comedy and finesse aerobatics act make him a unique change of pace and entertaining addition to any airshow.