Aircraft

The fleet of Flying Bulls

Sukhoi Su-29

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Sukhoi Su-29

The Su-29 was built as a training aircraft for the Russian military by Sukhoi, an aircraft manufacturer established in 1939. Consequently, neither costs nor efforts were spared during its development and construction. The Sukhoi is a unique aerobatic aircraft. Difficult to fly and critical at operating limits, it has unique aerobatic talents.

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Extra 300L

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Extra 300L

The aircraft in fact got its name from its inventor, Walter Extra. The first of these propeller-driven aircraft left Mr. Extra’s factory in Germany in 1993. The aircraft designed by the repeat German champion in aerobatics are notable for their extreme maneuverability, which in turn is attributable to their powerful engines, light weight, small wingspan, and large rudders and rudder throw. The Flying Bulls’ two-seater Extra 300L is used for publicity events, aerobatics training, and air show performances, has appeared at numerous air shows in Poland, Denmark, Germany and Austria.

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Cessna C 337

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Cessna 337 push-pull

At first glance, the Cessna 337 Skymaster looks pretty inconspicuous in Hangar-7 because of its size in comparison with a B-25 or DC-6B. That impression changes in an instant as soon as its two engines are started up. Then even someone who knows nothing about airplanes will notice that this has to be a truly special piece of machinery.

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Lockheed P-38L

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Lockheed P-38L "Lightning"

It set new standards in military aviation and was hugely popular in the US Air Force: the Lockheed P-38 Lightning. In the Second World War , the fighter bomber was noted not only for its tri-fuselage construction, but also for its highly successful missions. More than 70 years after they were created , there are only a few P-38s still ta king majestically to the skies – and since the beginning of March 2009, one of them has its home in Salzburg. The Flying Bulls fleet and Hangar-7 will have a magnificent showpiece to add to their collection.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Eurocopter EC 135

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EC135

This helicopter of the Flying Bulls is a little bit out of the ordinary. Its modern design and its young age (year of construction: 2006) make the EC135 something special. “The best helicopter you can buy in this class,” remarks Blacky Schwarz enthusiastically. The twin-engine EC135 is mostly used for air rescue operations, as a training and police helicopter, and also for business purposes.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Boeing PT-17 Stearman

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Boeing PT-17 Stearman

The Boeing PT-17 Stearman takes pilots and spectators straight back to the pioneering age of aviation. With its magnificent biplane construction, the vigorous flame design and the powerful 9-cylinder double-row radial engine, this aircraft is known as "Harley Davidson of the sky". No wonder it's one of the most photographed models at Hangar-7.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Fairchild PT-19 M-62 A

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Fairchild PT-19 M-62 A

The PT-19 Fairchild was developed as a primary trainer for the US Army Air Corps. The M-62 design by the Fairchild company beat its 17 competitors in a bid for prosposals in September 1939.

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Douglas DC-6B

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Douglas DC-6B

As Yugoslavia’s “Air Force One”, it once carried Marshal Tito and his illustrious guests. It nearly met its end later on in Africa. Now it is the flagship of the Flying Bulls’ fleet.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

North American B-25J „Mitchell“

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North American B-25J "Mitchell"

One of the most beautiful bombers of all times – rescued from a US aircraft cemetery, comfortably furnished and brought over the big pond to Austria.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Chance Vought F4U-4 „Corsair“

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F4U-4 "Corsair"

This legendary fighter-bomber of the Second World War and the Korean War even shot down jets! The Flying Bulls’ model, however, led a comparatively peaceful existence: it flew in Honduras and Texas – and now resides in Salzburg.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

North American T-28B „Trojan”

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North American T 28B - "Trojan"

This US Navy trainer (built in 1954) was found by Flying Bulls chief pilot Sigi Angerer in Oklahoma and purchased rightaway. The "Trojan" is the star of many airshows.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Alpha Jet

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Alpha Jet

The ideal jet: quick as lightning, maneuverable, beautiful. And a natural at aerobatics. The Flying Bulls’ three Alpha Jets  were purchased from the German Air Force.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Cessna CE 208 Amphibian „Caravan“

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Cessna CE 208 Amphibian "Caravan"

The single-engine Caravan's transfer from the USA to Europe via the North Atlantic was a quite adventurous trip for the two pilots.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Bo105 CB

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BO105 CB

The Bo105 was the first light helicopter in the world to be equipped with twin engines, fully redundant hydraulics, fully redundant electronics and its fuel and oil supplies built into the engines.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Bell 47 G-3B-1 (Soloy)

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Bell 47 G-3B-1 (Soloy)

The Flying Bulls’ Bell 47, with the identification D-HEBA, was built in 1966. The design of this helicopter model was approved in 1946, making it the first civilian helicopter worldwide.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Bell Cobra TAH-1F

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Bell Cobra TAH 1F

Latest member of the Flying Bulls: the Bell AH-1 Cobra is America’s legendary combat helicopter. It will mainly be used by the Flying Bulls in airshows.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

Pilatus Turbo Porter PC-6/B2-H4

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Pilatus Porter PC-6

The legendary Pilatus Porter PC-6 was conceived as a workhorse and is used successfully as such all over the world. Its role for the Flying Bulls': It will carry the parachutists of the Austrian Army Sports Association to their jump altitude.

For more information on www.flyingbulls.at

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Extra 300L


The aerobatic airplane
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


The “Twin-tailed devil”
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Aircraft

The fleet of Flying Bulls /en/the-flying-bulls/aircraft/

Eurocopter EC135


Successor of the BO105
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


The teacher
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


Air Force Number One
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


The “Twin-tailed devil”
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Lockheed P-38 Lightning

A new aircraft in the Flying Bulls’ stable /en/the-flying-bulls/lockheed-p-38-lightning/

From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Hans Huemer's logbook


The winged messenger
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi ‘Blacky’ Schwarz’s Logbook


The artist
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Schwarz’s Logbuch


Welcome to the club!
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook

The colourful plumaged bird of prey /en/the-flying-bulls/dassault-breguet-dornier-alpha-jet/

From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


The Time Machine
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


Flying Catamaran
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


Pirate of the Skies
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From the Hangar-7 Journal:
Sigi Angerer's logbook


The Cadillac of airplanes
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Raimund Riedmann

Chief pilot of the "Flying Bulls" fixed-wing aircraft. /en/the-flying-bulls/piloten/raimund-riedmann/

Siegfried "Blacky" Schwarz

The Flying Bulls' chief helicopter pilot /en/the-flying-bulls/piloten/siegfried-blacky-schwarz/

Sigi Angerer

Legendary pilot and father of the "Flying Bulls" /en/the-flying-bulls/piloten/sigi-angerer/