CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Sean D. Tucker has been living in the skies for the past 30 years, wowing fans and himself along the way.
The famed air show pilot has won countless awards for his stunts and will spend his final performance as a solo act at the Cleveland National Air show.
The California native started flying at the age of 17, after wanting to conquer his fears.
"I love the challenge of flying, I love the opportunity to push your boundaries."
The 'third dimension' as he calls it, is a pretty cool place he adds.
In between air shows Tucker spends his time mentoring the youth interested in aviation.
"There's no better time to get involved." Tucker says, students can get involved in every aspect of the craft from flying the planes to maintaining their safety.
Tucker is a chairman with the EAA Young Eagles program, where he gives kids the opportunity to see the world from his perspective.
Tucker will be in the sky Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the Cleveland National Air Show between the 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. slots.
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