Low level through the Bwlch
The World War 1 special tail hawk passing low level with a knife edge turn through the Bwlch Exit towards Cad
Air Tattoo 2015
One of a pair of T.2s (the other was ZK021) is seen here low and fast over the farm land north-west of Dinas Mawddwy on the second of two laps of the Machynlleth Loop.
One of a diminishing number of Hawk T.1s from 208 Sqn, RAF Valley, is seen here passing through the Mach Loop at low level. This is the personal aircraft of squadron QFI Sqn Ldr Jamie Buckle.
A 4 Sqn T.2 makes a morning run through the Mach Loop.
4 Sqn is now flying International Defence Training (IDT) sorties as well as meeting the requirements for RAF pilot throughput so the 28-strong T.4 fleet is always busy. Squadron QFI Flt Lt Stefan... (more)
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows at RIAT 2015