Doubleas Aerobatic Team (ES)

 

Formation Aerobatic Championships
Doubleas Aerobatic Team is a 2-ship team led by Ramon Alonso with Jorge Macias Alonso on the right wing.

http://www.jorgemaciasalonso.com/

 

Formation Aerobatic Championships

 

 

 

 

Ramon Alonso
More than 23.000 flying hours , flown in 52 different types of airplanes. Of them more tan 3000 are aerobatic hours.
Holder of two Crosses to the Aeronautical Merit (2004 and 2008)
Paul Tissandier diploma from FAI (Federation Aeronautique International)
Bronze Medal of the Royal Order to the Sports Merit
Captain of Iberia Airlines Airbus A-330 & A- 340 (300 and 600), and A-340 & A-330TRI and TRE having flown for Iberia the B-747, B-757, MD-87 and DC-9
2008 Winner of the FAI AL-AIN Elite Aerobatic Competition.
2007 Absolute World Aerobatic Champion
2007 Winner of the Eric Muller Trophy
2007 World Aerobatic Champion of the two unknown programs
2007 Silver Medalist World Freestyle Program
2003 Bronze Medal World freestyle program
2002 Absolute European Aerobatic Champion
2002 European Aerobatic Champion free program
2002 European Aerobatic Champion of the two unknown programs
2001 Bronze Medal European Freestyle program
1999 European absolute Aerobatic silver medalist
1999 European silver medalist of the two unknown programs
1999 European Silver medalist freestyle program
1999 European Bronze medal free program
1977 Seventh place in the first World Air games in Turkey
1995 European Bronze medal
Spanish Absolute Aerobatic Champion from 1987 to 2007 (except 2002)
Member of the Spanish Aerobatic Team from 1986 to 2007 ( except 2004 and 2006)
1986 Spanish Skydive Champion
1984 and 1985 Spanish Bronze Skydiving Championships
1981 and 1982 Member of the Spanish Hang Gliding Selection World cups of France and Japan
1979 and 1980 Spanish Hang Gliding Champion with WRANGLER

Jorge Macias Alonso
Airline Transport Pilot with more than 13.100 flight hours.

Jorge is the fourth generation of pilots in his family, whose origins can be traced back to the beginning of the Aviation History in Spain
Jorge is very proud that his wife, mother and aunts have also worked in Aviation as flight stewards
At age 16, he started flying gliders. At 18 he started his studies to become an Airline Transport Pilot. From 19, to this day, he has worked as flight instructor, both as FAA CFI and EASA FI.
At 21 starts flying with the airlines, first in Air Nostrum and now with IBERIA.

He got inverted for the first time at age 8 in a Cap-10 and later in a T-6 Texan. It was at this point when he felt in love with aerobatic flight

At 23, he started his initial aerobatic flight course with Vytas Lapenas in Lithuania. Later, he was trained by Vytas Lapenas, Ramon Alonso and Nikolay Nikitiuk

In 2005 he was the first pilot to represent Spain in an International competition in Advanced category at the European Aerobatic Championships EAC. In 2007 he joined the Spanish Unlimited National Team representing Spain at WAC 2007 and 2009 and EAC 2008.

Since 2003 he has been participating in the most important Air Displays both in Spain and Portugal.

He has more than 680 aerobatic hours in the best and most famous aerobatic aircraft:
Staudacher S-300, Sukhoi 31, Sukhoi 29, Extra, Pitts S-2, Zlin Z-50, Zlin Z-326M, Velox Revolution, Yak 52, Cap-10, Rebel 300, Super Decathlon y Piper J-3 Cliped Wing.