Steven Bennett has worked as a commercial airline pilot for nearly 30 years and flies aerobatics in his spare time. In 2006, he had a chance to become involved in aerobatic flying and quickly developed a passion for it. Soon thereafter, Steve began competing in International Aerobatic Club competitions. Winning the very first competition he entered propelled Steve to immediately move up to more difficult divisions. Years ago, Steve began performing in airshows, and hasn’t looked back.
Steve flies the well-respected Christen Eagle, designed by Frank Christensen. The Eagle is well known for its beautiful lines, eagle-feathered paint scheme, and lively response for the aerobatic pilot. This airplane is guaranteed to thrill both audience and pilot.
Along with Steve’s passion for airplanes and aerobatics, he also has a great desire to give back to his community. In 2009, he joined the Shriners, and proudly supports the Shriners Hospitals for Children, an organization that provides orthopedic and burn care to children regardless of a family’s ability to pay. There are 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children throughout the United States. It has become Steve’s mission to bring about awareness of this wonderful organization. You can see some of Steven's videos on his Facebook page.