... continued ‘Furies’ly with the Hawker Sea Fury and Fury. Powered by the Powered by the Pratt& Whitney R2800 respectively Bristol Centaurus XVIII radial engine these two powerful planes put up quite a show. ...
... of the 'Moth' biplanes.
WW I: Avro 504K and Bristol Fighter
This was followed by the planes from WWI, always a special favorit ...
... J Mitchell and Lockheed P-38L Lightning, their venerable Douglas DC-6 and a formation of North American T-28B Trojan and Bristol 171 Sycamore.
... the G.III in a sky full of biplanes.
A highlight of WW I was of course the recently imported TVAL Bristol Fighter in formation with the superb Fokker D.VII, ...
... ut the Bristol Boxkite and Avro Triplane coming in to land early as the Red Racer was about to line up.
Amazing in this block was however the English Electric Wren that co ...
... Sopwith Triplane, SE5a and Bristol F2b stayed in the hangars.
For the Hawker Demon and Hind the wind gusts were no problem and they took it to the air once again in a well known and ...
... e glorious sunlight was again present during this display.
WWI was next: the Se5a and Bristol F2b took to the air and they were a first sight for me. It was most amazi ...
Nine Balkenkreuze and three silhouettes of the Fieseler Fi 103, aka „Vergeltungswaffe 1 (V1)“ as kill markings depict this Spitfire Mk.XVI as the personal plane of Otto Smik. Smik was one of the most successfully Czechoslovakian pilots in service of the RAF during WW II.…Read More
Ten (R)F-4EJ Phantoms lined up in front of the crowd was a sight to behold! The Hyakuri Airshow 2018 was the last ever opportunity to see such a large number of mighty Phantoms in action as JASDF Phantom operations will dwindle down rapidly in the…Read More
It’s free, it’s fun, and it is a day packed with a nearly 12 hour long lasting flying display. The Bucharest International Air Show (BIAS 2018) is the largest air show in Romania and took place on Saturday, July 28, 2018, at Bucharest International Airport…Read More
Nine GR4 Tornados with their wings swept to 25° flying overhead in a close diamond nine formation was a sight to behold! The Royal Air Force bid farewell to its Tornado Force in style at RAF Marham on 28th February 2019.