Aviation

Collection by Wajih Mikati

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Hawker Hunter F6A

Aviation Photo #1923969: Hawker Hunter F6A - Untitled

Photo taken at In Flight in Netherlands on May 31, 2010.

Hawker Hunter F58A - Northern Lights Aerobatic Team | Aviation Photo #1155481 | Airliners.net

Aviation Photo #1155481: Hawker Hunter F58A - Northern Lights Aerobatic Team

Not often these days that you see two Hawker Hunter Mk. 58s taking off in formation. They landed here on the evening of the 15th. They belong to a company called Northern Lights Combat Air Support, owned by André Lortie in Montreal, Canada. They operate 12 of these on training contract with various forces of the world. These two, C-GZIB and C-GZIC were on the way to France with next destination being Exeter, England. - Photo taken at Keflavik (KEF / BIKF) in Iceland on September 16, 2006.

Graham Peacock’s Hawker Hunter T7 WV372

Airshow Review – Shuttleworth Uncovered & October Flying Day

The Shuttleworth Collection rounded out its 2013 airshow season with two events at the start of the autumn season. ‘Shuttleworth Uncovered’ on 22 September 2013 was a chance to get up c…

The first aerobatic team of the Ireland Air Corps was called "Silver Swallows" and it was established in 1986. The team initially flew just three CM170 Fouga Magister trainers but, in 1987, a fourth plane was added to the team.The team's aircraft were drawn from the Light Strike Squadron of the 1st ...

Silver Swallows

The first aerobatic team of the Ireland Air Corps was called Silver Swallows and it was established in 1986

Hawker Hunter

Aviation Photo #2077231: Hawker Hunter FR74S - Untitled

Taken at the Classic Flyers airshow in Tauranga. Shot from an L-39 and many thanks to everyone who made the flight possible. - Photo taken at In Flight in New Zealand on January 28, 2012.

Low Flyers....pic collection

Low Flyers....pic collection

Low Flyers....pic collection

Photo taken at Rayak (RAY / OLRA) in Lebanon on November 22, 2010.

Aviation Photo #1835405: Hawker Hunter T66C - Lebanon - Air Force

Photo taken at Rayak (RAY / OLRA) in Lebanon on November 22, 2010.

French Armée de l'Air Fouga Magister trainers from base aérienne 701 de Salon-de-Provence.

Historique de la base aérienne 701 de Salon-de-Provence 1935-2010

Christian BRUN Centre de Recherche de l'Armée de l'air (CReA), École de l'Air, 13 661, Salon Air, France Les débuts : 1933-1938 La fin de la décennie 1920 est marquée par un débat entre les tenants et les opposants à la création d’une armée de l’air indépendante de l’armée de terre et de la marine. Le 1er avril 1933, le président Lebrun signe un décret ministériel qui constitue l’acte de naissance de cette nouvelle armée. Ce texte fixe les principes généraux d’emploi et d’organisation de…