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Two Air France pilots win medals at the European Aerobatics Championships

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Wednesday 12 September 2012

Two Air France pilots, Aude Lemordant and Kathel Boulanger, have won medals at the 18th European Aerobatics Championships, which were held in Dubnica in the Slovak Republic at the beginning of September.

Two Air France pilots win medals at the European Aerobatics Championships

Aude Lemordant, a co-pilot on Boeing 777, was crowned European freestyle champion in a CAP332. Aude is the world vice-champion and the French aerobatics champion.

Kathel Boulanger, a co-pilot on Boeing 777, won the women's silver medal in an Extreme. Both women have been members of the French aerobatics team for several years. 

The European Aerobatics Championships is organized every year by the International Air Sports Federation (FAI) and pilots from around thirty different countries come to take part.

Congratulations to Aude and Kathell and see you soon in the cockpit!

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