Four-year-old's reaction to aerobatic flight will make you smile

Lea Langumier, the four-year-old daughter of French Canadian pilot Raphael Langumier has been flying with her dad since she was two. But when her first experience with inverted flight was caught on video, it went viral.

While the pair speak French, her reaction as her father performs tricks over the skies of Quebec is unmistakable joy.

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