On the 15th of June the Swiss watchmaker company Oris organized a fly-in in the former Ambrì military airport, now converted for general aviation use.
The best part of the show certainly were the 2 Fliegermuseum Altenrhein’s Hawker Hunters.
Fliegermuseum Altenrhein’s de Havilland Vampire
Stearman. Gotta love radial engined biplanes!
2 Yakovlev Yak-52s:
ERCO Ercoupe, apparently a normal plane…
…until you realize rudder pedals are missing. Rudders are linked to roll control so that it always performs coordinated turns.
Several PC-7s flew with paying passengers on board:
Focke-Wulf FW-149, license-built version of the Piaggio P.149
Bolkow Bo.208 Junior:
Gyroflug Super Canard, a Grob Twin Astir glider with a “cut” tail boom, an engine, different wing and a canard:
de Havilland of Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk:
Every fly-in MUST have a yellow Piper Cub:
Former Libyan Air Force SIAI-Marchetti SF-260 with fantasy roundels:
Breitling Jet Team? No, just a big RC model: