Otopeni Air Show, preparing for July 16 takeoff

Newsroom 15/07/2011 | 13:10

The most appreciated professional pilots of the moment will take to the sky between 9.00 and 13.00 on July 16, access being free of charge starting at 8.00. A special guest is Svetlana Kapanina from Russia, multiple world champion and believed to be one of the best female pilot acrobats in the world.

Representatives of the local civil, sports and military aviation will take to the sky: The Romanian Air Club, Tarom, Romanian Air Force Staff, General Aviation Inspectorate of the Ministry of Administration and Internal Affairs, the SRI Aviation Structure and the flight test center from Craiova. The program includes a demonstration of Iacarilor Acrobats and flight schools parade – Higher School of Civil Aviation, Regional Air Services, Fly Level, Carpatair Flight Training.

 

Otopeni Air Show

July 16 2011

Henri Coanda International Airport Bucharest

Entrance free of charge

 

Calendar

09:00 – 09:45 – CONCERT, CHEERLEADERS

10:00 – 12:00 – AIR SHOW, AIR PERFORMANCES AND STUNTS

 

Schedule of aerial performances:

Opening of the air rally – a flight formation greeting of MIG-21 (Romanian Air Forces)

 

Romanian Air Forces: MIG-21 performance

Romanian Air Forces: Tactical exercise 1

Flight schools parade: The Superior School of Civil Aviation, Romanian Aeroclub, Regional Air Services, Carpatair, Fly Level

 

Romanian Aeroclub: 3 ZLIN 142 formation

Romanian Aeroclub: 2 Gliders formation

Romanian Aeroclub: 4 Extra Hawks of Romania formation

 

Flight Test Centre Craiova: IAR-99 evolution

Special Guest: Svetlana Kapanina, multiple world champion – air stunts

TAROM: Boeing 737 air performance

Iacarii Acrobats: 3 Yak 52 formation

Tactical exercise 2: Romanian Air Forces, Ministry of Administration and Interior, Romanian Intelligence Service

 

Closing of the air rally

 

An exhibition of civil and military aviation technique will be grounded in proximity to the air rally.

A photography exhibition celebrating the 125th birth moment of Henri Coanda – the inventor of the jet engine, will be organized on the corridor between passenger terminals at Henri Coanda International Airport in Bucharest.

 

Corina Dumitrescu, Ovidiu Posirca

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