1st April 2020
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Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 ´Red 3´

by on 25th March 2020 0
Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 ´Red 3´, serial number 163306, exhibited during Open Day of Aviation Legends Foundation (Fundacja Legendy Lotnictwa), Biała Podlaska (Poland), 2014. This ´Gustav´ is one of about 12,000 examples of Bf 109 manufactured in G-6 variant, which constituted about one-third of all Messerschmitt Bf 109 aircraft totally produced. The pictured aeroplane left... Read More

Kawasaki Ki-48 ´Lily´ / Type 99

by on 14th January 2020 0
A full-scale replica of World War II Japanese twin-engine light bomber Type 99 / Kawasaki Ki-48 (Allied reporting name ´Lily´), exhibited in the Museum of the Great Patriotic War in Moscow, Russia. Kawasaki Ki-48, designed in late 1930s, was Japanese approach to the idea of ´high-speed bomber´ – the aircraft capable of carrying independent... Read More

The Spitfire is making history again!

by on 8th December 2019 0
On 5th August 2019, the eyes of the aviation world, were focused on the Goodwood Aerodrome in Chichester, the United Kingdom. Just then, from that very airfield, a restored and properly modified for the task, shiny bare-metal style Spitfire Mk.IX (MJ271, G-IRTY) manufactured in 1943, took-off for its record breaking flight around the world,... Read More

Mustang will roam over Pardubice again

by on 11th March 2019 0
Flying veterans of the World War II are among the main features of the Aviaticka Pout display programme. This year, the legendary North American P-51D Mustang will again roar over the Pardubice airfield. “From the audience’s feedback in previous years of the Aviation Fair, we know that the performance of the P-51D Mustang as... Read More
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