Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air Force)

Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby stealth18 on Sat 07 Apr 2018, 3:47 pm

Line up so far...

-Austria
The Flying Bulls (Aircrafts TBA)

-Belgium
Belgian Air Components (Aircrafts TBA)

-Croatia
Croatian Air Force aerobatic Team "Krila Oluje" (D)

-Czech Republic
Czech Air Force JAS-39C Gripen (D)
Czech Air Force Aero L-159 Alca (D)

- Finland
Finnish Air Force aerobatic team "Midnight Hawks" (D)

-Germany
German Air Force (Aircrafts TBA)

-Greece
-Hellenic Air Force F-16C Block 52+ (D)

-Netherlands
Royal Netherlands Air Force (Aircrafts TBA)

-Italy
Italian Air Force Aerobatic Team “Frecce Tricolori” (D)

-Jordan
Royal Jordanian Falcons (D)

-Poland
Polish Air Force F-16C/D Block 52+ (D/S/FP)
Polish Air Force Mig-29 (D/S/FP)
Polish Air Force Su-22M4/UM3K (D/S/FP)
Polish Air Force SW-4 (D/S/FP) TBC
Polish Air Force C-130 Hercules (S/FP)
Polish Air Force Casa C295M (S/FP)
Polish Air Force aerobatic team "Team Orlik" (D)
Polish Air Force aerobatic team "Team Iskry" (D)
Polish Army Aviation Mi-24 (D/S/FP) TBC
Polish Air Force PZL M28 Skytruck (S/FP)
Polish Air Force Gulfstream G550 (TBA) TBC
Polish AIr Force Boeing 737-800 (TBA) TBC
Polish Air Force Mil Mi-8 (S/FP) TBC
Polish Air Force Mil Mi-2 (S/FP) TBC
Polish Air Force PZL W-3 (D/S/FP) TBC
Polish Air Force Alenia M-346 "Bielik (D/S/FP)
Polish Air Force PZL-130 Orlik (S)
Polish Air Force PZL TS-11 Iskra (S) TBC
Polish Army Aviation Mil Mi-17 (D/S/FP) TBC
Polish Navy PZL M28B Bryza 1R (S) TBC
Polish Navy PZL M28 Skytruck (S) TBC
Polish Navy Mil Mi-14 (TBA) TBC
Polish Navy SH-2G Super Seasprite (TBA) TBC
Aerobatic Team "Żelazny" (D)

-Pakistan
Pakistan Air Force “Pride of Pakistan” (D)

-Switzerland
Swiss Air Force Aerobatic Team "Patrouille Suisse" (D)

-Spain
Spanish Air Force Aerobatic team "Patrulla Aguila" (D)

-Slovakia
Slovakian Air Force (Aircrafts TBA)

-Turkey
Turkish Air Force F-16C Block 40 "SoloTurk" (D)

-Ukraine
Ukrainian Air Force (Aircrafts TBA)

-United Kingdom
Royal Air Force Typhoon FGR.4 (D)
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Sall on Sat 07 Apr 2018, 7:33 pm

What is “Pride of Pakistan”?
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Jakub.Zurek on Sat 07 Apr 2018, 7:37 pm

JF 17 Thunder solo demo. Although I think they're more likely to send the Sherdils.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Sall on Sat 07 Apr 2018, 7:38 pm

So, as I see, JF-17 is confirmed, but anyway, we are not 100% sure that will be final decision...
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby flyer2001 on Sun 08 Apr 2018, 5:11 pm

Does any know about the ticketing situation for Radom?
Thanks
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Jakub.Zurek on Sun 08 Apr 2018, 5:56 pm

From what I've read, information about tickets will be released soon.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby aviodromefriend on Sun 08 Apr 2018, 6:06 pm

Three years ago you could buy them in advance, having to print it yourself to present it at the entrance, but you could also pay at the boots some distance before reaching the fence.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Mr. Crusher on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 1:49 pm

+ Pakistan Air Force JF-17 Thunder (D)
+ Pakistan Air Force Super Mushshak (D)
+ Slovak Air Force MiG-29 (D)
+ Romanian Air Force MiG-21 (D)
+ Czech Air Force Mi-24/35 Hind (D)
+ Czech Air Force Mi-17 (D)


It's official! :clap:
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Berf on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 1:57 pm

absolutely amazing update :grin:
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Georgeconna on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 2:18 pm

Now if IAT Did that as an update I'd be booking Tickets.
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George

Zero shows for 2018 Giving in a Rest.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Skyflash on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 2:28 pm

Gads - that is some bloody update! :drool:
Posting comments on an aviation-related chatroom, are ya? Looks like it an' all...
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby verreli on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 3:45 pm

They must have a good chance of getting the Ukrainian Su27 flying display too which would mean a bumper line up of Soviet hardware [Mig21, Su22, Mig29, Su27]. Bulgaria could send a Su25 Frogfoot for static and Ukraine a static Su24 Fencer for a full line up. All have good political ties with Poland and are a short flight away.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Mr. Crusher on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 3:58 pm

verreli wrote:They must have a good chance of getting the Ukrainian Su27 flying display too which would mean a bumper line up of Soviet hardware [Mig21, Su22, Mig29, Su27].


Just like last year ;)

14 countries have already confirmed their participation, organizers are still talking to the USAF and Royal Canadian Air Force.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby capercaillie on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 4:32 pm

Are they painting an F-16 or MiG29 in 100th anniversary scheme or do they have some inappropriately coloured stickers to apply? :smile:
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Wrexham Mackem on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 4:41 pm

capercaillie wrote:Are they painting an F-16 or MiG29 in 100th anniversary scheme or do they have some inappropriately coloured stickers to apply? :smile:


Good question. And we'll have to wait and see if they display a helmet.

Awesome update. Its giving me a bit of problem. I have no spare leave.. I cannot desert the family for August Bank Holiday.. I have no leave.... aarggh!!!
its time to kick the tyres and light the fires

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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Berf on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 4:42 pm

verreli wrote:They must have a good chance of getting the Ukrainian Su27 flying display too which would mean a bumper line up of Soviet hardware [Mig21, Su22, Mig29, Su27]. Bulgaria could send a Su25 Frogfoot for static and Ukraine a static Su24 Fencer for a full line up. All have good political ties with Poland and are a short flight away.



Thought the Bulgarian Su25s had been withdrawn last December.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby verreli on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 4:47 pm

Berf wrote:
verreli wrote:They must have a good chance of getting the Ukrainian Su27 flying display too which would mean a bumper line up of Soviet hardware [Mig21, Su22, Mig29, Su27]. Bulgaria could send a Su25 Frogfoot for static and Ukraine a static Su24 Fencer for a full line up. All have good political ties with Poland and are a short flight away.



Thought the Bulgarian Su25s had been withdrawn last December.


A quick search shows you are right. Disappointing as there can't be many more opportunities to see them fly.

https://airshowinfo.hu/airshowfeed/2018 ... -grounded/
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Jakub.Zurek on Tue 10 Apr 2018, 7:49 pm

Mr. Crusher wrote:[b]+ Pakistan Air Force JF-17 Thunder (D)
+ Pakistan Air Force Super Mushshak (D)
+ Slovak Air Force MiG-29 (D)
+ Romanian Air Force MiG-21 (D)


WOW! Lovely support from Pakistan, plus another MiG-29! Can't wait to see the LanceR, but also really keeping my fingers crossed for the Ukrainian Flanker :shock:
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby jalfrezi on Wed 11 Apr 2018, 1:02 pm

Now I'm seriously tempted! What's it like getting to the show?
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby verreli on Wed 11 Apr 2018, 1:27 pm

jalfrezi wrote:Now I'm seriously tempted! What's it like getting to the show?


Easy. Collect hire car at Warsaw airport. Drive on straight road (S7) for c.60 miles south. Done
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby aviodromefriend on Wed 11 Apr 2018, 4:30 pm

verreli wrote:
jalfrezi wrote:Now I'm seriously tempted! What's it like getting to the show?


Easy. Collect hire car at Warsaw airport. Drive on straight road (S7) for c.60 miles south. Done
And don't forget to switch on your lights while driving. Three years ago at the 4aviation trip one van got a fine for not having.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Sall on Wed 11 Apr 2018, 7:30 pm

We are waiting aircrafts TBA from Ukraine... Last year, Su-24 solo display was "confirmed" for CIAF. After few week, it was removed. I know CIAF organizers love to lie about participants, but for sure there was some talks about Su-24. Who knows, maybe we can expect some Su-24 solo display beside Su-27 solo. Good political relations between Poland and Ukraine, it's 100 years, so... I like phantasy. :heyhey:

Also, Polish MiG-29 was at Zeltweg Airshow 2016, so i think we can maybe expect Typhoon display, together with Flying Bulls. Belgium probably F-16 with new painting. Germany - i don't have idea what they can send for flying display, maybe Typhoon again (Typhoon solo at Sion last year), and some helicopter, but Tornado would be win. :dummy: Netherlands... Maybe some helicopter. No F-16 solo in last few years.

Another thing... We are still waiting US Air Force. Poland is probably the most loyal ally of US in Europe, so maybe F-35. Or even F-22 solo. But F-15 solo would be terrific update. Who knows...

Anyway, well done for Radom Airshow organizers. So far, very good job boys and girls! :win:
Now, just to pray for good weather both days. (I just need good weather on Sunday. :biggrin: )
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Harvo266 on Thu 12 Apr 2018, 12:42 pm

Hi everyone, seriously considering doing this show! I am 19yo and would be too young to hire a car in the country. How would I get from Warsaw airport to Radom? Is there any easy way or is it a case of public transport for a few hours?

Thanks
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Mr. Crusher on Thu 12 Apr 2018, 1:56 pm

First option is FlixBus ("Polski Bus"). You can book tickets online (they are available about 2 months before the trip, it's extremely cheap, for example: https://shop.flixbus.com/search?departu ... +set%29%2C). From airport you have to use public transport to get to the bus station that you chose (the most convenient are Metro Wilanowska and Centrum).

You can also travel to Radom by train. Tickets are available here: http://rozklad-pkp.pl/en Warszawa Służewiec railway station is the best station to choose, it's really close to the airport, you can go there on foot. I think it's possible to buy a ticket on board a train.
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Re: Radom Air Show 2018 (100th Anniversary of Polish Air For

Postby Harvo266 on Thu 12 Apr 2018, 2:59 pm

Mr. Crusher wrote:First option is FlixBus ("Polski Bus"). You can book tickets online (they are available about 2 months before the trip, it's extremely cheap, for example: https://shop.flixbus.com/search?departu ... +set%29%2C). From airport you have to use public transport to get to the bus station that you chose (the most convenient are Metro Wilanowska and Centrum).

You can also travel to Radom by train. Tickets are available here: http://rozklad-pkp.pl/en Warszawa Służewiec railway station is the best station to choose, it's really close to the airport, you can go there on foot. I think it's possible to buy a ticket on board a train.

Okey doke, thank you very much, I’ll look into these options!
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