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Aarron Deliu (born in July 1985 in Perth, Western Australia) is an Australian world unlimited aerobatic and private business jet pilot.

Aarron Deliu
Aarron in Spain Training.jpg

He commenced flying in aerobatic competitions in 2017[1] and continues to compete in national and international aerobatic competitions.

In 2018, in his international aerobatic competition debut, Aarron won in is debut year competitng internationally at the 6th International Danube Advance Aerobatic Competition[1][2][3].

That year, he also won the Australian National Advanced Aerobatic Championship. In both events, he won all of the four flights flown.[4]

In 2019, Aarron competed in the International Unlimited Aerobatics Competition, the Spanish National Unlimited Aerobatics Competition and the Australian National Unlimited Aerobatics Competition.

Aarron presently holds the titles of 2019 Australian Unlimited Aerobatic Champion and Australian Freestyle Champion.[5][6]

Aside from the aerobatic and air race competitions, Aarron is current Global 7500 Captain and one of the few type rating instructors on the Global 7500.

He also often fly's all types of aircraft including helicopters, sea planes, fighter jets, and other general aviation aircraft for which he is also type rated on.

Biography

Beginnings

Aarron began his aviation career in 2000, after a high school career's day volunteer exposed him and his class to the world of aviation by taking them down to Jandakot Airport and introducing them to general aviation aircraft and gliders. This was the year he flew in a glider for the very first time and by [year] he obtained his solo glider pilot license.[7]

In 2002, Aarron was introduced to Cessna's and gained his Private Pilot License at the age of 15. By 2003, Aarron gained his Commercial Pilot License.

Aarron continued his studies and between 2003 and 2006, attended Edith Cowan University. In 2006, he graduated from Edith Cowan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation and Economics.

General Aviation

As a university student, Aarron worked for several general aviation companies building up his hours and experience on various aircraft types, including flying freight in a Queen Air, and flying passengers in a King Air C90 and Beech 1900 throughout Western Australia.

Aarron's passion for flying over the last two decades has meant that he has achieved and obtained numerous aircraft type ratings across the general aviation industry, including but not limited to, various helicopters, fighter jets, sea planes, airlines, business jets and aerobatic aircraft. See below aircraft type rating section for full details.

Airlines

In 2007, Aarron entered the airline industry and joined Skywest, a major regional airline based in Western Australia, as a Fokker 50 pilot. Later on that year, he moved overseas and joined Viva Macau, an international airline based out of Macau SAR, as a pilot flying Boeing 767's.

Business Aviation

In 2010, Aarron left the airline industry to pursue his career in the business aviation industry.

He started flying on the Cessna 550/560 Citation Jet private business jets as a junior captain and continued to progress throughout his business aviation career over the next decade as a captain on to a Bombardier Challenger 601, a Bombardier Challenger 850, Bombardier Challenger 605, and Bombardier Global 5000/6000.

Aarron is presently a Captain, Type Rating Instructor and Entry Into Service pilot, flying the Bombardier Global 7500 worldwide.

Aerobatics

Aarron competed with his first aerobatics competition in New South Wales, Australia in the advanced aerobatic category in 2017.[8]  

In 2018, he became the Australian National Advance Aerobatic Champion[9] as well and the 6th International Danube Advanced Aerobatic Champion[1][3], in both events winning all four flights in each. The 6th International Danube Advanced Aerobatic was his debut international aerobatic competition. He also competed in the World Advance Aerobatic Competition in that year, placing 17th overall.

Aarron competed in the International Unlimited Aerobatics Competition, the Spanish National Unlimited Aerobatics Competition, and the Australian National Unlimited Aerobatics Competition in 2019[10].

Aarron presently holds the titles of 2019 Australian Unlimited Aerobatic Champion and Australian Freestyle Champion[10][11], having won all four of the unlimited aerobatic flights and all of the freestyle flights flown.[3][12]

Achievements

Competition Record

Aerobatics

2017

  • New South Wales Advanced Aerobatic Competition, 3rd Place[5]
  • Australian National Advanced Aerobatic Competition, 4th Place[5]

2018

  • 6th International Danube Aerobatic Championship, 1st Place (1st in all four flights)[1][2][3]
  • Australian National Advanced Aerobatic Competition, 1st Place (1st in all four flights)[5]
  • World Advanced Aerobatic Championship, 17th Place (5th in 1st flight)[13]

2019

  • Australian National Unlimited Aerobatic Competition, 1st Place (1st in all four flights)[5]
  • Australian National Unlimited Aerobatic Freestyle Competition, 1st Place[5]
  • World Unlimited Aerobatics Championship, 22nd Place[14]
  • Spanish National Unlimited Aerobatics Championship, 4th Place

2020

No event held.

Aircraft Type Ratings

Manufacturer Model
Bombardier Global 7500
Boeing 757 / 767
Bombardier Global 5000/6000
Bombardier Challenger 600/601/601/605/650
Bombardier Challenger 850
Cessna 550/560
Aero Vodochody L-39
Robinson 22
Fokker 50
Beechcraft 1900
Beechcraft King Air C90

External Links

www.aarron.aero

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jorgensen, Kieran (2020-04-14). "Aarron Deliu discusses his career as an aerobatic pilot" (in en-AU). https://bestinau.com.au/aarron-deliu-discusses-his-career-as-an-aerobatic-pilot/.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Live, Ziare. "Australianul Aarron Deliu, castigator la Danubia Cup" (in ro). https://www.ziarelive.ro/stiri/australianul-aarron-deliu-castigator-la-danubia-cup.html.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 PRAHOVA, Ziarul. "Australianul Aarron Deliu, câştigător la Danubia Cup | Ziarul Prahova" (in ro-RO). https://ziarulprahova.ro/2018/07/australianul-aarron-deliu-castigator-la-danubia-cup/.
  4. "Results – Australian Aerobatic Club" (in en-AU). http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/ACC_WP/competitions/results/.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 "Australian Aerobatic Club – Australian Aerobatic Club" (in en-AU). http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/ACC_WP/.
  6. "Contest Results". http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/results/Nationals%202019/multi_R019s19s23s24s27.htm.
  7. Jorgensen, Kieran (2020-04-14). "Aarron Deliu discusses his career as an aerobatic pilot" (in en-AU). https://bestinau.com.au/aarron-deliu-discusses-his-career-as-an-aerobatic-pilot/.
  8. "Contest Results". http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/results/New%20South%20Wales%202017/multi_R024s05s12s19.htm.
  9. "Contest Results". http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/results/Nationals%202018/multi_R027s10s11s12s13.htm.
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Extra 330LX" (in en-AU). https://www.redbaron.com.au/extra-330lx.
  11. "Contest Results". http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/results/Nationals%202019/multi_R019s19s23s24s27.htm.
  12. "Contest Results". http://www.aerobaticsaustralia.com.au/results/Nationals%202019/single_R031s28.htm.
  13. "Index Page". https://civa-results.com/2018/WAAC_18/indexpage.htm.
  14. "Index Page". https://civa-results.com/2019/WAC_2019/index.htm.

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