Updated: Mar 9
Kyle Fowler, a small-town guy with big dreams and founder of Go EZ aerobatic will be one of the eye-catching performers you can see at this year’s Moses Lake Airshow. Following in the footsteps of his father, Ken Fowler of Team Rocket, Kyle moved forward with his dreams of becoming an Aerobatic Pilot. By the time he was 12 years old, he was announcing his father’s performance at several Airshows. At the age of 21, his dreams became reality after he getting his Private Pilot’s License. In 2015, Kyle dedicated his time to evolve as a pilot and completed his Commercial Pilot’s License. This opened more doorways and drove Kyle to complete his Commercial Multi IFR Rating the same year.
Kyle successfully manages his aviation time between flying a PA-31 Navajo Chieftain, a 1946 Cessna 120 and his unique 1986 Long EZ. When he is not evolving as a pilot, Kyle divides his time between his full-time job as a Red Seal Journeyman Automotive Mechanic, and his family. Kyle’s family is incredibly proud of his accomplishments and will always be his biggest fans.
Kyle’s new plane, the Long EZ, is the perfect combination of comfort and style. Though not capable of aggressive aerobatics the Long EZ makes up for it with its unique look in the delta wing canard design. This small tandem seating airplane has an impressive range of 1000nm and cruising at speeds of 160 knots.
This act is on you won’t want to miss at the 2020 Moses Lake Airshow June 19th and 20th at Grant County International Airport.
Early bird tickets for the Moses Lake Airshow go on sale April 1 to June 1, 2020. For more information about the 2-day family-friendly event and to stay up to date on updates about the Airshow, follow us on Facebook and Instagram and check out our website.