Bill Cornick

Bill Cornick Air Shows

Air Show Pilot, ACE, Master CFI and CFI-A

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Bill Cornick started flying in the U.S. Air Force in 1953. After serving ten years in the military, he returned to civilian flying as a charter pilot, a flight instructor, and a corporate pilot. Bill joined United Airlines as a flight instructor in 1965. He has logged over 26,000 hours in the air and, until reaching his 60th birthday, Bill was a Captain on Boeing 757's and 767's.

A veteran air show performer, Bill has thrilled crowds throughout the Western United States for over twenty five years. He is well known in the aerobatic world both as an outstanding air show performer and as a top Unlimited competition pilot.

Bill also served for over twenty years as National Judge for the International Aerobatic Club, he is an "ACE" (Air Show Competency Evaluator) for the International Council of Air Shows, and has been designated as a "Master Flight Instructor" by the National Association of Flight Instructors and as a "Master Flight Instructor-Aerobatics" by the National Association of Flight Instructors and the International Aerobatic Club.