Female Pilot wins second consecutive world aerobatics championship title

Breitling is delighted to congratulate its partner, Aude Lemordant, on her magnificent victory at the FAI World Aerobatic Championships 2015 held in Châteauroux (France).

The young Frenchwoman, who is also an airline pilot on Boeing 777, entered the world of aerobatic competitions in 2005 and rose swiftly through the ranks.

Four-time French champion from 2011 to 2014, she was crowned World Champion in individual, freestyle and team categories during competitions that took place in Texas in 2013 - a feat she has just repeated this summer at the controls of her Extra 330SC sporting its personalized Breitling livery.

Four-time French champion from 2011 to 2014, she was crowned World Champion in individual, freestyle and team categories during competitions that took place in Texas in 2013 – a feat she has just repeated this summer at the controls of her Extra 330SC sporting its personalized Breitling livery.

With her 7,000 flying hours, her aerobatic feats and her professionalism as a long-haul airline pilot, Aude Lemordant perfectly embodies the entire aeronautical world – characterized by accomplishments, performance and a determination to transcend capabilities – of which Breitling is a longstanding privileged partner.

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