No where else will you see wing walking just as it was done during the Golden Age of Aviation. Jane begins and ends the act at show center. The spectators will be introduced to her and see her climb aboard the impressive 450 HP Stearman. She will proceed to amaze the crowd by climbing and walking, untethered, to several different locations upon the aircraft right in front of their eyes.
During the Barnstorming era, wing walkers competed by trying to out do one another with more impressive feats of daring on the airplane. Jane is no different. Recreating the thrilling act of wing walking, you will not only see her on top of the airplane during aerobatic maneuvers but see her climb between the wings untethered as she shows you her signatures moves. She will hang beneath the airplane from the N strut with nothing more than her leg's holding her on. On her next pass, she will continue to hang as the airplane rolls inverted leaving her sitting upright on the bottom of the airplane.
After her performance and back on the ground, she will taxi up on the airplane and greet the crowd. Jane prefers to present wing walking as it was truly done back in the 20s and 30s by the early barnstormers. She loves to interact with the public, especially the kids. It is the highlight of every show. Her dream is to give everyone an insight as to what airshow performers did to WOW the crowds in those early days of aviation.
On top of the wing walking we also have an exciting Stearman solo act and are also available to circle jumpers.