Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) 2014 Part 1

Part 1 of my selection of images from the recent Africa Aerospace & Defence (AAD) Exhibition 2014 held recently in South Africa.

One of South Africa's Low Cost Carriers - Mango Airlines (Boeing B737-800NG) in formation with the South African Air Force Aerobatic team; The Silver Falcons (Pilatus PC7 Mkii). For detaisl contact M Cubed Media.
The very impressive 'break' performed by the SAAF Silover Falcons and Mango Airlines. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
A four-ship formation of BAe Hawks from the South African Air Force (SAAF). For more details contact M Cubed Media.
SAAF BAe Hawk formation. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
A privatley owned Tiger Moth. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
Old but still very much alive! A Vampire owned by the South African Air Force Museum. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
Always very impressive to see, and that is a flare drop by a South African Air Force SAAB Gripen C. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
An immaculate privately owned Mustang P51. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
The world-class four-ship Gabriel Pitt Special Aerobatic Display Team. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
Not seen very often inland, a SAAF Lynx Helicopter. For more detaisl contact M Cubed Media.
The world famous Nigel Hopkins in formation with two MX2 aircraft. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
Two team members of the SAAF Silver Falcons Aerobatic Team fly in very close formation with their PC 7 MKiis. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
These are two locally built Rooivalk Attack helicopters from the SAAF. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
Once a letahl weapon in the SAAF, now used as a test aircraft for Denel Aviation; a Cheetah D. For more details contact M Cubed Media.
The Four-Ship BAe Hawk SAAF Formation. For more detaisl contact M Cubed Media.
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