About Britt Lincoln
Aviation runs in the Lincoln family blood. Britt is a 4th generation pilot. Her first flight was with her grandfather, Roger Lincoln (an FAA Wright Brothers Award recipient) when he took her up in their Cessna 180; she was only three weeks old. Britt's great-grandfather and grandfather were crop dusters where she grew up on a ranch north of Hingham, Montana. It was here that her grandfather taught her to fly in their Piper Super Cub on the family’s grass strip.
Britt holds degrees in both Accounting and German, along with spending the first fifteen years of her career in the finance world. Although she learned to fly from her grandfather in the beautiful backcountry of Montana, it wasn’t until November of 2017 that she obtained her PPL. This became a life-changing event. She obtained five ratings within a year of earning her PPL and since that time she has “retired” from her career in finance in pursuit of her dreams in the world of aviation.
She has flown around forty different types of aircraft in her relatively short pilot career. She currently holds Commercial, Multi-Engine Instrument, and Commercial Sea Plane ratings, as well as her tailwheel endorsement. Although Britt prefers to fly inverted, she has been coerced with money, to regularly fly a KingAir 200GT (straight and level).
Britt is the President of the International Aerobatic Club (IAC) Chapter 38 in Northern California and the Co-Chair of the IAC Achievement Awards Program. Along with being a Board Member and the Southwest Director of the International Aerobatic Club as well as the Social Media Coordinator for the Recreational Aviation Foundation (RAF) and has been an Instructor for AOPA safety seminars.
When Britt is not intensely training for aerobatics, she likes to dive with sharks, backcountry ski, fly in the Montana backcountry in the Super Cub and C180 (or just pretty much fly anything that is airworthy), and cook while sipping a nice glass of Cabernet.
Britt Lincoln is an accomplished competition aerobatic pilot. In her first two years
of aerobatic competition, she won 8 of the 10 contests in which she competed in
the Primary, Sportsman, and Intermediate categories. Britt recently earned the
Unlimited Smooth Achievement Award which qualified her for the IAC 'All Five
Britt has accomplished one of her main goals and that is joining and competing in the U.S.A.
Advanced Aerobatic Team.
Special Achievement Award '. She is only the tenth woman in the 50 year history of the
to achieve this. Although only entering her 3rd year of aerobatics, as of 2021, she is
Britt Lincoln is an accomplished competition aerobatic pilot. In her first two years of aerobatic competition, she won 8 of the 10 contests in which she competed in the Primary, Sportsman, and Intermediate categories and is undefeated in her last 5 competitions. Although only entering her 3rd year of aerobatics, she is currently training with her coach, Dave Watson, to compete at the Advanced level. Her goal is to qualify to compete for the United States on the U.S. Advanced Aerobatic Team.