Wagstaff was attracted to the T6 for several reasons and says, "It's a meticulously designed plane - the first that's small enough for a woman, which is a big drawing card for me". Every manoeuvre in her stunning routine shows the aircraft's capability from vertical climbs and rolls to an inverted pass. A seasoned crowd pleaser, her display ends with a side-on fly past especially for photographers.
She finds the strict six minute time slots at Paris exhilarating, saying: "There is more pressure on the pilots as we're keen to show off the equipment to its best potential, so it's fun to watch and makes a really dynamic airshow."
Source: Flight Daily News