Little Girl's First Aerobatic Flight

Little Girl's First Aerobatic Flight

At just four years old, this little girl is braver than most of us will ever be. We tend to get a little sweaty at the first sign of turbulence. If the plane drops even a little bit, we’re gripping the armrest and reaching for the G&T. Not Léa. She literally laughs in the face of danger. She’s been going on plane rides since she was tiny with her dad and pilot Raphael, who is president of Quebec’s Aviation RL. Canadian pilot took his daughter on her first aerobatic flight and filmed her reaction, which involved a delightfully maniacal laugh.

Raphael Langunmier has flown over 60 aircrafts since 1991, so it only seems natural that the Canadian pilot's love for aerial adventure was passed on to his 4-year-old daughter Lea. Pilot told that he took her on the ride in Lachute, outside Montreal, so that she would not be afraid of planes going upside. In the video, little Léa can be seen having so much fun that she tells her father to do it again and again.

Little Girl's First Aerobatic Flight

Don’t we all wish we were 4 years old, flying around in a plane with our dads, laughing our heads off?

Little Girl's First Aerobatic Flight
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