General Aviation aircraft
Aviat/Pitts/Christen


The Pitts aerobatic biplane was the brainchild of Curtis Pitts, working with Herb Anderson and Doyle Child. In those days, they were called Aerotek. It has gone through a number of changes and manufacturer names over the years, but there is always something special about seeing a Pitts S2 go through the manuevers at an airshow.


Pitts S2B of unknown registry.



1984 Christen Industries Pitts S2B (N260GR).




2004 Aviat Pitts S2C (N411PS) at Camarillo Airport.


2001 Aviat Pitts S2C "Big Bad Green" (N57BC) at Camarillo awaiting launch for QB-35.


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