Talk:Swifts (aerobatic team)

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Russian Knights\Swifts[edit]

I notice that there's an image of the Knights and the Swifts flying in formation together. Where does it come from? (when was it taken?) Do they often fly\train together, or was it a one-off? There must be some sort of story behind the photo. Gurkha (talk) 20:26, 15 October 2008 (UTC)

Turkish stars[edit]


Turkish Stars is performing their air shows with 900 kms/h. If you watch some Turkish Stars air show, then you will feel that the others is LIKE SLOW MOTION.

Best tight formations and manuevres are presented by Turkish Stars till now.

The BEST AEROBATIC SHOW IN THE WORLD TILL NOW IS: Turkish Stars - (AirPower09 Zeltweg Austria 2009)

AirPower09 Day 1 F 53 Tiger Turkish Stars Part.2

After watching this video, you can see that the aerobatic teams of other countries CANNOT BE IN THE SAME CLASS WITH TURKISH STARS. There are GIANT DIFFERENCE

with TURKISH STARS and the OTHERS. —Preceding unsigned comment added by İlknur sevtapli (talkcontribs) 23:32, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

Do not be fool. Even an empty MiG-29 is almost so heavy as an fully loaded NF5 not to talk about more powerful craft like Su-27 that is used by Russian Knights. But nevertheless they fly with the same speed up to 900 km/h during their perfomances. (talk) 07:57, 20 August 2009 (UTC)