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A SHOW ON THE GROUND AND IN THE AIR

The commemorations of the Royal Air Force centennial stole the scene of this year’s edition of the world’s largest aeronautical meeting. Aircrafts operated by the British air force made a show on the skies of Oshkosh, in the United States, during the EAA Air Venture 2018, an event that acquires new adepts every year, including thousands of people that come with their own aircraft, from all over the world. We also highlight the debut of Airbus’ new regional aircraft, the A200, in the land of Boeing.

100 YEARS OF THE RAF

The big star of the British commemoration was the Gloster Meteor T7. The specimen is considered the world’s oldest military jet in flying conditions. The Meteor flight beside the T-33, A-4, F-86, MiG-17 and L-39 gave

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