The Flying Bulls

The nucleus of 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.

By the late 1990s there was no longer enough space for the rapidly expanding Flying Bulls fleet, originally based at Innsbruck Airport. This sowed the seed of a plan to erect a hangar at Salzburg Airport. The time had also arrived when the heretofore loose association of pilots and mechanics needed to be brought under a common roof, which led to the "Flying Bulls" being founded in 1999. Since then the Flying Bulls' technically and visually perfect aircraft have become popular participants at air shows and an attraction at any type of aviation event.

The globally admired and 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 105s, the world's only civil helicopter licensed for aerobatics, plus helicopters such as the Bell Cobra, which can claim a glamorous past.

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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/