Air Show Radom 2017 year.
Description for the photo: In Radom, the new acquisition of the 1st Air Base - Gulfstream Aerospace G.550 nb 0002, Kazimierz Pułaski, intended for the transport of the most important people in the Republic of Poland, was very popular. It was only presented to the public in Poland for the second time. The first show took place in Bydgoszcz, where the planes are serviced.
You will not read about it in the Masonic-liberal media.
On August 26-27, 2017, another edition of the Air Show took place in Radom. The Air Show at Radom Sadków Airport is one of the largest, non-commercial events of this type in the world. This year there were 130 aircraft, about 150 foreign airmen and 130,000 spectators, which is slightly less than two years ago. The problem was that the following year (2018) will be the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence and the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Polish Aviation. That is why the next big shows will be organized. Probably also in Radom. For this reason, the Aerofestival 2017 did not take place at Ławica Airport. Of course, it is about the high costs of organizing events. Thanks to the activities of the Ministry of National Defense, the Air Show 2017 in Radom was held. And what is especially important, the admission was free, after receiving the admission cards.
The Air Show at Radom Sadków Airport was held for the fifteenth time. This year's motto was - 85 years of Chellenge 1932. It was a special occasion to recall many successes of Polish pilots from the interwar period.
During the two days of the shows (Saturday, Sunday) there were 20 hours of flight shows. Representatives of 12 countries participated in the event. The sky show program was organized into program blocks. Although the weather was changeable and the organizers had to make program shifts, everything was presented. (On Sunday, around 3 p.m., a storm with rain and hail passed over the airport).
An important element of the program was the air parade of the Polish Armed Forces in the fly pass arrangement. It was almost identical to the one we could see a few days earlier in Warsaw. At the beginning, 6 TS-11 Iskra planes flew, which formed a white and red flag from the white and red streaks. Behind them flew: 6-SW-4 Puszczyk helicopters, 4-PZL Mi-2 helicopters, 4-PZL W-3 Sokół helicopters, 4-Mi-8 helicopters, 4-Mi-24 helicopters, 4-PZL M-28 planes , 5-CASA C-295 aircraft, 1-C-130 Herkules aircraft, 7-PZL-130 Orlik aircraft, 6-Sukhoi Su-22 aircraft, 6-MiG-29 aircraft, 5-Lockheed F-16 Jastrząb aircraft and a second aircraft flight of 6 TS-11 Iskra aircraft with a spectacular departure. The entire parade lasted about 15 minutes. Airplanes and helicopters were not only in an exemplary order, but also individual formations flew in at perfect intervals, leaving enough time for photographers to take several photos of one formation.
Of course, there were two Polish military aerobatic groups: Biało-Czerwony Iskry, which flies TS-11 Iskra planes, and the Orlik group, which flies PZL-130 TC-II Orlik planes. There was also the Baltic Bees band from Latvia, well known to viewers in Poland.
Written by Karol Placha Hetman