Home Aircraft Aerobatic Travelers: Adding a DimensionExtreme Decathlon on a brisk takeoff run at Denver’s Centennial Airport. The airplane is one of a handful of aerobatic models that have enough cruise speed and storage capacity for go-places travel. Moreover, we think that owning and traveling in an airplane that can also be used for aerobatics adds a wonderful extra dimension of capability and fun. But, you’re going to have to do your homework, spend some time digging to find the right airplane and do an excruciatingly careful prebuy exam.AircraftSubscriber OnlyAerobatic Travelers: Adding a DimensionYou fly from Point A to Point B in one airplane. Then you get in another one and fly aerobatics. Why not have one that will do both?By Rick Durden - November 19, 2023PrintEmailFacebookTwitter You fly from Point A to Point B in one airplane. Then you get in another one and fly aerobatics. Why not have one that will do both?To continue reading this article or issue you must be a paid subscriber. Sign in SubscribeSubscribe to Aviation ConsumerStart a subscription to Aviation Safety for just $18. And access all of our online content - over 2,000 articles - free of charge.Subscribe today and save 48%. It's like getting 3 months FREE!Already Subscribed? Click Here to Sign In | Forgot your password? | Activate Web AccessRELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Full IssueDownload The Full December 2023 Issue PDF AvionicsAvionics Survey: Mostly Satisfied AircraftCessna Pressurized 210 Featured Video AvionicsPanel Planner 101: Cessna Centurion IFR Larry Anglisano - November 23, 2023 All-in with flagship Garmin big screens, there are ways to save money by using existing equipment.