The German built MBB Bo-105 is probably one of the coolest helicopters ever built and quite probably one of the most maneuverable helicopters in the world. Red Bull uses a Bo-105 at airshows as an aerobatic demonstrator performing maneuvers that are generally reserved to aerobatic aircraft. Check out the Bo-105 as it performs a series of loops, rolls, and many more. Enjoy this great video!

Red Bull aerobatics

Fairford 2005

Old promo video of the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford.

Fairford 2005

Antonov An-70

The Antonov An-70 is a next-generation four-engine medium-distance transport aircraft, and the first large aircraft to be powered by propfan engines. First flown in 1994, this aircraft is currently awaiting orders. The Antonov An-70 was present at the 2003 MAKS ( Moscow Air Show ) where it managed to maze the crowd with a stunning air display. Also check out the sound those propfan engines produce…

Antonov An-70

Thunderbird bites the dust

Tis Thunderbird F-16 pilot was tried to do a Split-S, but he miscalculated his height and started the maneuver too early. He managed to eject safely just 0.8 seconds before his plane bites the dust.

Thunderbird bites the dust

Crazy near miss

Two planes on a collision course can result either in a spectacular fireball, or, such as it is the case here, in a crazy near miss. Seems awfully close doesn’t it?

Crazy near miss

Messerschmitt Bf-109G Airshow demo

The Messerschmitt Bf-109, sometimes referred to as the Me-109, was the backbone of the German Air Force during WW II. Only a few survive to this day, but the few remaining airplanes are really quite a sight to see.

Messerschmitt Bf-109G Airshow demo

No reaction

A Russian Sukhoi Su-27 pilot tries to do a Split-S maneuver that ends in tragedy. He virtually plows the crowd with his jet, as people run scared in all directions. What is amazing is not the crash itself, or even the great fireball. Check out the soldier that calmly watches the scenes unfold and he has absolutely no reaction. Shock and Awe!

No reaction