The Flying Bulls' Fleet in Hangar-7

The simple answer to the question "Who are the Flying Bulls?" would be "A group of enthusiasts who are passionate about historic aircraft and helicopters." There is, however, much more to the "Flying Bulls". They have a fleet of the greatest aircraft in aviation history, and a unique knowledge of how to maintain and repair them.

The unique collection includes rarities such as the Lockheed P-38 Lightning, a North American B-25J Mitchell, a Chance Vought F4U-4 "Corsair" and a DC-6. The helicopter fleet is no less impressive: the Flying Bulls' ranks include two BO 105, the world's only civil helicopter licensed for aerobatics, plus helicopters such as the Bell Cobra, which can claim a glamorous past.

Year of construction 1954

North American T-28B "Trojan“

Year of construction 2009

AS 350 B3+ "Ècureuil"

Year of construction 1957

Bristol 171 Sycamore

Year of construction 2000

Sukhoi Su-29

Year of construction 2008

Extra 300 L

Year of construction 1969

Cessna 337 Skymaster "Push Pull"

Year of construction 1944

Lockheed P-38L "Lightning"

Year of construction 2006

Eurocopter EC 135

Year of construction 1943

Boeing PT-17 Stearman

Year of construction 1943

Fairchild PT-19

Year of construction 1958

Douglas DC-6B

Year of construction 1945

B-25J "Mitchell"

Year of construction 1945

Chance Vought F4U-4 "Corsair"

Year of construction 1980/1981

Alpha Jet

Year of construction 1996

Cessna 208 Amphibian "Caravan"

Year of construction 1974

BO 105 C

Year of construction 1993

BO 105 S Media Helicopter

Year of construction 1966

Bell 47 G-3B-1 (Soloy)

Year of construction 2002

Bell Cobra TAH-1F

Year of construction 1998

Pilatus Porter PC-6