I belong to a private syndicate who share a passion for aircraft and recreational flying in our resident country of Malaysia.
We own and operate an experimental amateur built Giles 202 unlimited aerobatic aircraft, registration N43BJ. The aircraft was procured by the 'Xtreme Midlife Aerobatics' syndicate in mid 2012.
The Giles 202 is capable of unlimited level aerobatics. It has a roll rate in excess of 450 degrees per second. The Giles is easier to land than a two-placed Pitts S2B or a Christen Eagle, yet will beat the same aircraft in competition. Wayne Handley set the official world records for inverted flat spins in April 1999 with 78 rotations flying a Giles 202.