1) KNOWN PROGRAMME
2) UNKNOWN PROGRAMME
3) FREESTYLE PROGRAMME
A brief description of the flight is:
‘With smoke on, the aircraft enters the box with wings-level above the first pylon (red), then pulls up to perform the first figure immediately after passing the second pylon (green), overhead the third pylon (blue). After completion of the first figure, the aircraft must be horizontal and wings-level before reaching the centre pylon and then commences the next figure immediately after passing the centre pylon which is performed overhead the first pylon. This continues until completion of the sequence. The time is measured from when the aircraft passes the first pylon to when it passes the final pylon after figure 7. Height and deadline penalties will be assessed throughout the flight’
1) Known Programme - Pilots are issued in advanced & practice the sequence before hand.
2) Unknown Programme - Pilots are issued the night before & have no prior experience.
3) Freestyle Programme - Pilots fly their own sequence.
International Jury sanctioned by the FAI judge a pilot on each figure, calculating an overall score per sequence, measure against the clock. The pilots will be ranked on the best performance across all three programmes and a new Sky Grand Prix champion will be crowned.
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