Raimund Riedmann

Chief pilot of the "Flying Bulls" fixed-wing aircraft.

When Sigi Angerer retired from active duty as chief pilot of the Flying Bulls in 2011, he left some big – if not, massive – shoes to fill. His successor was Raimund Riedmann – and the native South Tyrolean showed immediately that he was the right man for the job.

The fact that he took to his new role like a duck to water was to some extent down to the extraordinary team spirit of the Flying Bulls crew. But it was also down to Raimund himself, of course. The new chief pilot not only impressed with both his relaxed nature and focused working manner, but, above all, with his unrivalled CV.

More than 25 years of experience as a pilot – of which more than ten with the Flying Bulls – and around 11,000 flying hours tell us that flying is not just a job for Raimund, but his calling in life. He already held his gliding licence at the tender age of 16. His aircraft licence followed during his architecture degree and was one of the reasons why he didn't complete the latter. After his glider adventures and obtaining his commercial pilot licence, he worked for Tyrolean Jet Services. The chief pilot of the company at the time was no other than... Sigi Angerer.

Angerer soon realised Raimund's passion for historical aircraft. In his own words: "Flying in its original form, without computers and technical aids." Raimund's stint at TJS was followed by a move to the Flying Bulls in Salzburg, where he now lives out his dream: whether as pilot of the DC-6, the Corsair or the B-25, or on regular flights in the Flying Bulls' Business Jets.

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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/