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Rob Holland was born on 30 May, 1974 in New England, United States, is an American pilot.
|Age||46 years old|
|Born||30 May 1974|
|Birthplace||New England, United States|
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Rob Holland Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Holland is known as one of the most decorated aerobatic pilots in U.S. history, having won multiple titles such as five-time consecutive World 4-minute Freestyle Aerobatic Champion, eight-time consecutive U.S. National Aerobatic Champion, nine-time U.S. 4-minute Freestyle Aerobatic Champion, the 2015 World Air Games Freestyle Gold Medal, the 2012 Art Scholl Award for Showmanship Recipient, the 2008 World Advanced Aerobatic Champion and 28 Medals in International Competition with 12 of those being Gold. Holland is the only pilot in history to win: five consecutive World 4-minute Freestyle titles, eight consecutive U.S. National titles, and nine total U.S. 4-minute Freestyle titles.
Holland’s current aerobatic plane of choice is the all carbon fiber MXS-RH. He started flying the MXS-RH in 2011. Based on the popular MXS, the MXS-RH is a one-of-a-kind, all carbon-fiber, American made aerobatic airplane. The single seat, competition and airshow – ready aircraft is designed and built by MX Aircraft and incorporates design modifications suggested by Rob himself. Powering MXS-RH is a Lycoming AEIO-540 engine producing 380 horsepower. Weighing in at a minimal 1200 pounds, MXS-RH boasts astonishing performance, is capable of pulling 16 positive and negative Gs, and rolls at nearly 500 degrees per second. The MXS-RH’s performance is “game-changing” and allows Rob Holland to perform the innovated maneuvers unequaled on the airshow circuit. Holland has won multiple World Aerobatic Freestyle Championships in the MXS and seven of his eight U.S. Nationals Aerobatic Champion titles. He has also won eight of his ten U.S. Nationals Aerobatic Freestyle Champion titles in this plane.
Rob Holland acquired a MX2 number 002 in the spring of 2007. He flew the MX2 in aerobatic competition and airshows from 2007 to 2011. He flew his MX2 to a Gold medal finish at the 2008 World Advanced Aerobatic Championships in Pendleton Oregon. Rob won his first U.S. National Aerobatic Freestyle title in 2008 flying the MX2 at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships. Rob also qualified for the 2011 U.S. Aerobatic Team flying the MX2 at the 2010 U.S. National Aerobatic Championships.
Rob flew the Ultimate 20-300S from 2005 until 2007 in airshows and aerobatic competition. The Ultimate 20-300S is a 2-seat, experimental aerobatic biplane with a pumped up AEIO-540 engine. He flew a borrowed single seat version of the Ultimate (10-300S) for the World Advanced Aerobatic Championships (AWAC) in 2004 (Sweden) and 2006 (Poland). Rob had a Silver medal finish with this plane at the 2006 AWAC.
Holland was always fascinated with aviation and after earning his pilot’s license while still a teenager, he began flying aerobatics almost immediately. He built flight time and experience as a corporate pilot, commuter pilot, banner tower, flight instructor, and ferry pilot. He also operated his own aerobatic flight school. Holland has been an active airshow pilot since 2002. He has distinguished himself by blazing a trail of innovation, developing maneuvers never before seen at an airshows. Rob flies an MXS-RH built by MX Aircraft, a manufacturer of sport, aerobatic and race aircraft.
Rob Holland started flying airshows in 2002 in a Pitts S-2C. He used the aircraft for aerobatic instruction at his flight school, Aerial Advantage Aviation, in Nashua, New Hampshire. He flew aerobatic competitions in the advanced category winning multiple regional aerobatic competitions and also qualified for his first U.S. Aerobatic Team in 2003 in a Pitts S-2C. He flew the plane in competition and airshows until 2005.
Rob Holland (born (1974-05-30 ) May 30, 1974) is an American pilot and record breaking aerobatic champion from Nashua, New Hampshire.