British pilots in Russian Yaks tumble and toss in air at Aero India Show

British pilots in Russian Yaks tumble and toss in air at Aero India Show Yakovlevs - a four aircraft display team from UK, flying Russian origin Yak aircraft, made their debut in India at Aero India air show in Bengaluru. They are among the five display teams enthralling audiences and winning hearts.The team usually flies six Russian designed Yak aircraft that combine the performance of a Spitfire with proven world class aerobatic manoeuvrability. At Aero India, however, the team is operating only four Yaks.The lead aircraft is a modified Yak 52, once the primary training aircraft for sport pilots of the former Soviet Bloc.Derived from the Yak 18 and the Yak 50 and first flown 24 years ago, nearly 1,800 have been built and is still in production today.The Yakovlevs ‘Super’ 52...
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