The perfect teamblend of highly experienced aerobatic, airline and RAAF pilots
Matt joined the RAAF from school and gained 14 years experience flying Hercules transport aircraft, Boeing 707 VIP tankers and instructing on the Pilatus PC-9 as flown by the Roulettes.
Now an airline captain for over 12 years and currently flying for China Southern on the Airbus 330, Matt will use his 18 000 hours flight experience to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable flight with Combat Flights Melbourne.
An RC aerobatic champ and mentor, Ido’s passion for aerobatics landed him in full size aircraft at an early age and he’s been spinning them around ever since. He will fly anything with a stick and rudder, favourite plane is a Pitts Special but will also take the Boeing Stearman for a aerial jaunt if asked nicely.
Ido works for Foxbat Australia selling one of the most versatile and affordable aircraft on the market today. If you catch the flying bug after your Combat Flight make sure you find a flying school with Foxbats!
Growing up on a farm in Tasmania, Anatole soon decided flying was more fun than chasing cattle and traded in the Blundstones to begin a flying career.
With over 3,000 aerobatic sorties under his belt, Anatole has seen Melbourne as much upside down as right way up. A third generation pilot, grandfather Ernest Mills learned to fly in an autogyro in the 1930s and it was in his father’s bush planes that Anatole got the flying bug.
Since wanting to be a pilot at 4 years old, JT joined the RAAF in the mid 80’s flying Macchi jets, VIP Bizjets and radial engine Caribou tactical transport. He then began instructing on the RAAF PC-9 where he accrued just on 5000 hours on type culminating in flying for the RAAF Roulettes aerobatic team.