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Email Autor Korrektur ID #1611493 / 21 Aufrufe
28-November-2015
K3601 Arrived the day before with VIPs for CHOGM 2015. (mehr von K3601)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1604203 / 35 Aufrufe
17-February-2017
KH2013 Tejas Limited Series Production No. 3 (LSP-03) rocketing off Rwy 09 at Aero India 2017. (mehr von KH2013)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1603417 / 16 Aufrufe
16-February-2017
HU-512 IAF Vintage Flight Tiger Moth landing at Aero India 2017. (mehr von HU-512)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1597652 / 58 Aufrufe
10-December-2019
SM293 One of the nicer sights visible from the flyover between airport and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. (mehr von SM293)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1595895 / 12 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
HS986 Restored Spitfire on display at IAF Museum Palam in the markings of the Advanced Flying School (AFS) based at Ambala. The chakra worn by RIAF aircraft from 1947-50 has replaced the roundels. The IAF received Spitfires in Oct. 1944 and a number of variants were taken on charge from the RAF to equip fourteen squadrons and flying schools. After Hurricanes, the entire RIAF fighter force was equipped with Spitfires by mid-1946 before the Tempest II was inducted. (mehr von HS986)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1595828 / 36 Aufrufe
22-February-2019
ZF4604 Kicking up a dust bath at Aero India 2019 as the LCH comes in to land after its display. Its Elbit CoMPASS electro-optical pod, chin-mounted gun and smoke pod is visible. This is the fourth Technology Demonstrator. (mehr von ZF4604)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1592141 / 19 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
IA1329 The IAF's first "supersonic-in-a-dive" fighter on display at IAF Museum Palam. This recently restored Mystere has the striking emblem of No. 8 Sqn. "Eight Pursoot" on the port side. It also equipped No. 1 "Tigers", No. 3 "Cobras", No. 31 "Lions" and No. 32 "Thunderbirds" Sqn. In Sept. 1965, a Mystere flown by Sq Ldr AB Devayya was intercepted and fatally damaged near Sargodha by a PAF F-104 Starfighter, which in turn was shot down by the vastly outclassed Mystere. (mehr von IA1329)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1590497 / 11 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
ID606 On display at the IAF Museum in Palam, where it was based. Thirty RAF Vampire NF.10s powered by the Goblin 3 were refurbished as NF.54s and delivered to the IAF between April 1954 and Aug. 1957. After restoration, the emblem of No. 10 Sqn. "Winged Daggers" is visible on the starboard side. (mehr von ID606)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1589768 / 23 Aufrufe
15-June-2019
X3240 On display at the HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum, Bangalore. The HPT-32 first flew on Jan. 6, 1977. Intended as a replacement for the HT-2 basic trainer, the HPT-32 had a record of accidents leading to a number of fatalities, which led the IAF to ground the aircraft in 2009. (mehr von X3240)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1589767 / 10 Aufrufe
15-June-2019
E1083 On display at the HAL Heritage Centre and Aerospace Museum, Bangalore. This is the prototype which first flew on March 6, 1975. An improvement over the battle-tested Folland Gnat, the Ajeet entered IAF service in 1977 till phased out in March 1991. It’s surprising that a mere 89 were built or updated by HAL. (mehr von E1083)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1589446 / 21 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
TU591 This MiG-27 from No. 29 Sqn. "Scorpions" is a recent addition to IAF Museum Palam. The Squadron was the last IAF unit to fly the MiG-27, which was decommissioned on 27 Dec. 2019. (mehr von TU591)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1589444 / 13 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
C992 Looking deadly even at rest, this MiG-21 of No. 8 Sqn. "Eight Pursoots" is a new addition to the line-up at IAF Museum Palam. For a long time the spear tip of IAF's fighter fleet, the MiG-21 has held the line through many conflicts. (mehr von C992)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1589442 / 19 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
C779 Under the wing of IAF Museum's An-12, this MiG-21 is a new addition. For a long time the spear tip of IAF's fighter fleet, the MiG-21 has held the line through many conflicts. C779 was flown by Wg Cdr BK Bishnoi, CO of No. 28 Sqn. "First Supersonics" on the attack on Tezgaon airfield and Government House in Dacca in Dec. 1971. (mehr von C779)
Email Autor Korrektur ID #1589441 / 15 Aufrufe
11-March-2020
A476 Painted in the colors of the Thunderbolts, this is a new addition to IAF Museum Palam. IAF's aerobatic team formed under Wg Cdr PS Brar that was a joy to watch in its day. Thunderbolts were from No. 20 Sqn. "Lightnings", which flew the Hunter from 1959-97. (mehr von A476)