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Pilsen Air Show

... Czechoslovakia, an open-air opera performance was given on Pilsen’s central Republic Square. This was combined with a beer and pub night on that Friday evening, resulting for some in a slow start the next ...

Otto Smik's Spitfire TE184

... Czechoslovakian pilots in service of the RAF during WW II. He crashed and died on 28 November 1944 near Zwolle after been hit by German AA fire. Smik’s aircraft has been re-created by the Spitfire’s owner, ...

SIAF Airshow 2016 Sliac

... was performed with the aircraft wearing the special marking to celebrate Slovak (actually Czechoslovakian at that time) aviation legend Otto Smik. airshows/16_siaf/l39 Also new in this year was a two-ship ...

Weizmann's Israeli Black Spitfire

... ommand based at Manston, Kent, and flown to Czechoslovakia in August of the same year. Withdrawn from use at some point it was subsequently stored at Pardubice and became part of the patch of aircraft th ...

CIAF 2010

... el, turning around in steep curves. A formation of Aero L-29 Delfin and a Yak-52 was another civil act, as the times are long gone when both of these types were still in service within the Czechoslova ...

Warsaw Pact Trainer Yakovlev Yak-11

... to Czechoslovakia. During the 1950s 707 Yak-11 left the Let aircraft factory in Kunovice. Czech aircraft were designated C-11 (civicny: exercise). Yak-11 OK-JZE The origins of the Yak-11 lie in ...

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