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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, ...

Slovak International Air Fest - SIAF 2018

...  Fulcrums Unfortunately the Solo Display of the Slovakian MiG-29 Fulcrum did not take place this year due to health reasons of the display pilot, but the aerobatic routine of a two-ship formation of Fulcrum ...

SIAF Airshow 2016 Sliac

... a focus of the flying program have been the aircraft of the Slovak Air Force, first and foremost the venerable MiG-29 with the much anticipated solo display. The smile on the face of the Slovakian MiG-29 ...

SIAF 2015

... including also the Slovakian and Polish MiG-29 Fulcrum solo displays. Nevertheless, there was a wealthy mix of aircraft in Sliac on this last August week-end. airshows/15_siaf/29pol2 airshows/15_siaf/29pol ...

SIAF 2013

... into the newly designated Slovakian MiG-29AS to fulfill NATO-standards it was a strange view to spot the Swedish Saab Gripen NG as the headliner on the airshow posters and promotional acts. Was this a ...

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 ...

ILA Berlin 2008

... display was very difficult to photograph and the variety of the aircraft this year was not overwhelming. The highlight on the military side was surely the Slovakian MiG-29 in the new 'digital camouflag ...

Warsaw Pact Trainer Yakovlev Yak-11

... was subsequently called Yak-3UTI. In October 1946 it was already renamed to Yak-11 and the series production for the Soviet Air Force began. The Czechoslovakian Airt Force aircraft served well into the ...

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