Maribor Airshow 1996 celebrating 5th birthday of Slovenia. Former N2292E belongs to the Air Force School (Letalska šola - LETŠ) as one of three JetRangers. They wear slovenian mythical heroes names. This on Kralj Matjaz.
Maribor Airshow 1996 celebrating 5th birthday of Slovenia. Named after the city of NOVO MESTO, later reregistered to H2-36. Note Fliegermuseum Altenrhein Vampire HB-RVN and Hunter HB-RVP in the background.
110 Aero 3 where delivered to Yugoslavia Air Force from 1954 onwards. Withdrawn from service in 1965, this one is former 40119. Crashed Sep 09 2011 near Slovenj Gradec (LJSG) on approach, killing it's pilot and injured copilot.
Twenty five Z.526 where delivered to Yugoslavia Air Force from 1968 (ten Z.526M and fifteen Z.526F) and operated by the 105th Aviation Military Academy at Zemunik airport. Withdrawn from service in 1980, this one is former 41117 reregistered 1982.
A couple of years ago the Fliegermuseum Altenrhein offered flights outside of Switzerland. They where quite a lot cheaper (1/3 !) then at home and especially without all the restrictions at there homebase. Maribor Airshow 1996
This PC-9 wears the title and flag of PTUJ. Ptuj is the oldest city in Slovenia. There is evidence that the area was settled in the Stone Age. In the Late Iron Age it was settled by Celts. Maribor Airshow 1996
New on database, Cockpit Shot of an UTVA 66 flying before as YU-DLK (51114). Utva Aviation Industry is an aircraft factory located in Pancevo, Serbia. Founded 1937 in Zemun, known for its light sporting and training aircraft.