Roulettes fly first PC-21 display

THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN Air Force’s (RAAF’s) Roulettes aerobatic display team conducted its first public display since transitioning from the Pilatus PC-9/A to the more capable PC-21 at RAAF Base Point Cook in Melbourne on October 3.
The 20-minute performance included five PC-21s. The team conducted its very first performance at the same base in 1970 when it was equipped with MB-326K jet trainers. The team transitioned to the PC-9/A in 1989 and flew its final public display with that aircraft during the 2019 Australian International Airshow at Avalon Airport in Victoria, in March 2019.
RAAF Roulettes [Austalian DoD]
Three PC-21 trainers operated by the RAAF’s Roulettes display team during the first public display with the new aircraft at RAAF Base Point Cook, Victoria, on October 3. Australian Department of Defence