Vic Norman

Vic started flying on his 17th birthday, having been bitten by the bug whilst travelling on
his father’s knee in various aircraft from the age of four.

Married to Anne for over 50 years, with two daughters, a son and nine grandchildren.

Vic is a Display Aviation Examiner for the Civil Aviation Authority

He is an Honorary Air Commodore Royal Air Force Reservist for 614 Squadron Cardiff & Glamorgan and an Ambassador of the Royal Air Force Association.


Founded AeroSuperBatics Limited. Aviation Company.

1982 – 1986

Over 800 individual displays in Zlin 50 at prestigious events such as Monaco Grand Prix, British Grand Prix and Royal Air Force Battle of Britain days.


Director of World Aerobatic Championships at South Cerney. Open public day by giving aerobatic flight to His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent.


Started wing walking team displays using Boeing Stearman aircraft. Successive sponsors were: Yugo Cars, Cadburys Crunchie, St Ivel Utterly Butterly, Colt Cars, Guinot and Breitling.


With two partners, purchased Rendcomb aerodrome and has since developed it in keeping with its original WW1 aviation history.


Elected to membership of The Royal Air Squadron.

2000 – to date

With over 1,500 displays to his credit, Vic has displayed his wingwalking team in the UK and Europe, as well as China, Bahrain, Dubai, Al Ain, Australia, India, Philippines.