Mike “Hammer” Hamel first flew Slingsby Firefly T-67C when he worked for Bombardier Canadair as Instructor Pilot, Check Pilot and Aerobatic Instructor training different Air Force military squadrons. This British build high-performance aerobatic aircraft served as the official Canadian Air Force pilot training aircraft at that time.
With its state-of-the-art, light-weight and very strong airframe, Slingsby T-67C has a maximum airspeed of 333 km/h, and can withstand a punishing +6/-3 Gs with the flick of the wrist. Agile, sensitive and powerful, it is the perfect choice for aerobatic training for both beginners and experienced pilots. Its side-by-side seats and two sets of stick and rudder make it more convenient for communications between the instructor and students. On top of that, the clear bubble canopy allows you an uncompromising and breathetaking view of, well, whichever angle you’re looking!