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New Zealand's stunt pilots hail Cai Lake environment in China

(Xinhua) Updated: 2016-08-28 13:10

SHENYANG -- Stunt pilots from New Zealand, who gave a fantastic show over Cai Lake in Faku county, Northeast China's Liaoning province, spoke highly of the environment on Sunday.

Richard Hood, the chef pilot of the team, said he has fallen in love with here in one week. "Since we came to Shenyang, we practice every day and conform to the environment. The mountain and the lake are awesome. The airport is perfect, better than many airports in New Zealand," Hood added.

Hood's teammate Glenn Graham said that stunting over the lake is challenging.

"As the flow of air over the lake is different from the land, we think this show is very challenging," Graham said.

"This is our second time here providing excellent performances for the awesome audience in China. Chinese general aviation is developing at a fabulous speed, especially in aircraft manufacturing area. We believe there's a promising future ahead and China will absolutely be the largest general aviation market in the world," said Natalie Goard, vice general manager of Fujian Brumby Manufacturing Company.

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