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As usual the Austrian Air Force together with RedBull put up an excellent airshow at an airbase with one of the most beautiful backdrops. Airpower03 was for sure one of the show-highlights in 2003 and attracted about 250.000 people on the two show-days. The next edition is planned in 2005 and I am already looking forward to it! This is photos only report, enjoy it!

ViggenWhere? Zeltweg - Austria
When? 27-28/06/2003

Eurofighter Typhoon

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Saab Viggen

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Tornado

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F-16

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Sea Harrier

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Fly-In

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