Air to Air Photo Shoot with Jason Flood


During the inaugural Flying W Airshow in October 2016, Zinger Aviation Media took part in an air-to-air photo flight with local aerobatic pilot Jason Flood.  The goal of the flight was to capture Jason flying his beautiful Pitts S-1S over the Flying W Airport.  It took a few attempts to get the desired results, and they came out great.

Jason Flood is a native of Southern New Jersey and has been around aviation practically all his life.  He has flown privately and professionally since he was a teenager and has been active in the airshow community ever since.  In 2010, Jason flew his first airshow performance, and today holds a surface level waiver for aerobatics.  In August 2011, Jason was flying for a company towing banners up and down the Jersey Shore when the aircraft he was flying suffered a catastrophic engine failure, forcing the airplane and Jason to the ground.  He suffered multiple fractures and broken bones as well as a torn aorta, and required multiple surgeries and rehabilitation.  Less than a year after the accident, he flew again and to this day is doing great.  Jason's website recounts the day and the days afterwards in great detail; what I stated above is just a tiny fraction of it all.

Jason Flood can be reached on his website at as well as his Facebook Page and Instagram account

Apologies for the large copyrights in each photo - this is necessary in this day and age where photos are widely stolen and passed along as if they are one's own.