Axalp 2006 (parte 2)

Ancora qualche scatto relativo all’Axalp Fliegerdemo e alla base di Meiringen. Almeno una volta nella vita vale la pena andare a dare un’occhiata a quello che i piloti svizzeri riescono a fare in un poligono “incastonato” tra le montagne a 2.300 metri di altezza. 

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That’s a show!!

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 Il solista della Patrouille Suisse

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“Hornet 14 is hot”

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