The Battle Creek Field of Flight Air Show will be bringing back Rob Holland again in 2014.
Check out this video here!
Rob Holland has been on a tear. First, he won the gold medal in the 4-minute freestyle at the World Aerobatic Championships in Foligno, Italy. Soon after, he took the top spot after three flights at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships in Denison, Texas. That was in 2011. In 2012, Rob Holland placed FIRST at the U.S. National Unlimited Aerobatic Championships and made the 2013 US Aerobatic Team. Securing his position on the team, Rob represented the United States in the 2013 World Aerobatic Championship which took place in Grayson County, Texas just in October. During the competition, Rob once again finished FIRST PLACE and got the Gold Medal once again in the 4-minute freestyle. Rob was the highest ranking US Pilot taking 5th Place overall. His finishes helped ensure that the US Men's team went on to win the Silver Medal overall.
"I had the honor of watching Rob fly at Nationals, and all I can say is that his craft has become breathtaking. His precision is awe-inspiring and must be witnessed to be believed. IAC members should look for an upcoming feature on Rob in Sport Aerobatics magazine. Until then, enjoy this video. [excerpt from the International Aerobatics Club - October 2011 newsletter "In the Loop".
In 2012, Rob won the Art Scholl Award at the 2012 Air Show Convention in Las Vegas, NV. Also, in 2008, he was voted Airshowbuzz.com's person of the year! Rob will perform his hardcore solo show in the MX-2 (the most advanced aerobatic aircraft on the airshow circuit). Rob is known as one of the best aerobatic pilots in the world. You definitely don't want to miss this aerobatic superstar at this year's Field of Flight.