HOHHOT, China, Aug. 19 (Xinhua) -- A three-day aerobatic flight Naadam kicked off Friday in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in China, with breathtaking aerobatic flying performances, a grand airplane display and various activities for audiences to experience.
The special Naadam, held in the Donghe airport of Baotou, is the first Aviclub flight event in Inner Mongolia.
Five top-ranking foreign aerobatic teams brought a thrilling airshow with 10 different types of aerobatic planes such as JUKA, WASP, VIKING and CATWALK. With pilots' skillful control, the planes performed aerial maneuvers like rotation, plunge, barrel roles and Immelmann turns, wowing more than 15,000 spectators.
Dressed as Catwomen, two female wing walkers from Sweden caught the audience's eyes when they not only stood but also walked and crawled on the wings of an airplane flying at a low altitude. Unable to hear or talk to each other, the wing walkers could only coordinate their movements through body language.
The first Chinese Aviclub aerobatic team also debuted in the event with two types of homegrown aerobatic planes.
Other activities were also held in the flight Naadam, such as an airplane static display, drone tryout and Aviclub music festival.