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Meet The Wingwalkers
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Wingwalking for:
1st Season

Florence is our newest member of the team, she joined in April 2016. After seeing the team display in Ascot at the London Red Bull Air Race and she just knew being a Breitling Wingwalker was the job for her.

Florence is a keen dancer and from a young age has always been involved in dance shows and competitions. As a member of a dance troupe she auditioned for Britain's Got Talent, participated in Young Performers shows in the West End and even performed in a famous artist's music video.

She also loves travelling and adventure - most recently in New Zealand where she experienced water skiing, glacier walking, snow boarding and white water rafting. Her enthusiasm to push herself to the limit motivated her to also do a skydive from 15,000ft, which she says was the most thrilling part of the trip.

Florence told the team the thought of performing on the wings of a biplane would be a dream come true and an awesome way to combine all the things she loves most. She is very excited to now be part of the Breitling wingwalking team and can not wait to get in to full swing!

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Wingwalking for:
3rd Season
Emily Guilding

Emily joined the Breitling Wingwalkers for the 2014 season. She was introduced to the spectacle of wingwalking through her sister Stella who has been a member of the team since 2009.

Ever since seeing Stella perform at her first show Emily wanted to have a go herself, so when she heard the team were looking for a part time wingwalker she jumped at the chance. Emily is now the third member of her family to fly on the wing of a Boeing Stearman as her Dad has also experienced the thrill. The sister’s family were delighted when they heard they were going to be performing together and can't wait to see them in action.

Emily loves anything that is fun and outdoors and spends her spare time skiing, mountain biking and horse riding and now wingwalking has been added to the list. She is a Geography graduate and works for an environmental consultancy and loves being able to get away from her desk and get her adrenaline fix in such a unique way.

Emily says it’s an incredible feeling to be on top of a plane flying so close to her fellow wingwalkers and the loop the loop is her favourite part of the routine. When strapping in a member of the press for a wingwalk she loves seeing their emotions transform from terrified to complete elation once landed!

Anthony Schafroth, 

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Wingwalking for:
4th Season
Nikita Salmon

Nikita graduated from Cardiff University where she studied Psychology and Sociology. After moving back home to Northleach in 2013 she was thrilled to find an advert in the local paper for a part time wingwalker. As a child, Nikita went to many airshows and was frequently a spectator at the Royal International Air Tattoo, Fairford. She says she was always captivated by the magic of the team and the amazing display, but never thought it would be possible to be a part of it.

Her family have always been involved in the aviation world, her mother and father were both in the RAF and her father continues to fly today for an airline. Because of her parents love of flying they were extremely excited when Nikita said she wanted to apply for the wingwalking position. However they thought she was mad wanting to be strapped to the outside of the plane rather than be inside it!

Nikita says the thrill of wingwalking provides a sensation that very few are lucky enough to experience and nothing compares to the speed and exhilaration of diving into the sky and pulling out of a loop.

Nikita is also a primary school teacher. Her pupils are always a little surprised when they first learn about her weekend job on the wing!

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Wingwalking for:
7th Season
Stella Guilding

Stella had always wanted to wingwalk and in 2009 was delighted to see the team were searching for a new wingwalker. She applied for the position and was thrilled to be offered a place on the team.

Stella loves flying and high adrenalin activities and is a keen skydiver . She says the feeling she gets flying through the air skydiving, compares only to performing a wingwalking display. Both of these activities cause her to experience speeds of up to 150mph, positive and negative G-forces and she loves it!

Stella really enjoys the travelling aspect of being on the team. She has displayed at several events throughout Europe and also over the Arabian Desert. She especially enjoys attending a show when her parents or friends come along to support her, as this makes her feel very proud knowing they are watching.

Stella's favourite manoeuvre is the loop when she experiences 4 G, making her feel 4 times heavier. She loves the still feeling at the top of the loop before diving down at 150mph.

Stella says she really likes it when the team are able to land after their performance as she loves to meet people on the ground and even sign a few programmes.

Stella's sister Emily has recently joined the team and the sisters are really looking forward to flying together this season.



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5th Season
Freya Paterson

Freya first saw the team display at Southport Airshow when studying Performing Arts at college and ever since she longed to join the team. In 2012 Freya beat over 100 applicants to be included in a shortlisted few who were invited for an interview and audition on the wing. It was a dream come true for Freya when she was selected to join the team.

Since becoming a Breitling Wingwalker Freya has travelled the World, performing all over Europe, in China, the Middle East and even as far as Australia.

This is not the first performance role for Freya, before joining the team she worked as Disney characters at Disneyland Paris – including dressing up as Princesses and Winnie the Pooh!

Freya loves the loops best and was surprised by the strong wind pressure – she never thought it would be easy, but the force of 150mph was a lot more than she ever expected!

Photograph Courtesy of Gloucestershire Media