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  • Rota Virtual Airshow 2008 Screenshots

    Hey all,

    Each year when I have abit of spare time, I download quite a few aircraft and put on a pretty big airshow with realistic aircraft displays. Each year it takes place at the Rota Navy AirBase in Spain. I've been told the screenshots would be quite welcome on this forum, so here are the "highlights" of the show:

    Part One:

    Spanish Air Force's Patrulla Aguila Display Team opened the show






    Spanish Air Force Eurofighter CE-16 Typhoon


    Czech Air Force Saab JAS-39D Gripen




    Serbia Air Force Soko J-22 Orao




    Then a 'Past and Present' Flypast after both aircraft displayed solo routines:


    .......

  • #2
    Part Two:

    Now another Spanish Team, this time Fictional, the 'AlcaTango' Team


    Then a flypast from a Spanish VIP B707 with 2 Spain AF Mirage F1's




    France Air Force Patrouille de France Display Team


    A quick display from the Airbus A380




    Portuguese Air Force Lockheed F-16A Fighting Falcon




    New Zealand Air Force Boeing B757-2K2


    French Air Force Refuelling Demonstration (C-135FR + Mirage 2000N)


    x Greek AF RF-4E Phantoms to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the F-4 Phantom




    Spanish Air Force CASA SF-5B Freedom Fighter





    Spanish Army Boeing CH-47D Chinook


    French Air Force Socata TB-30 Epsilon x3




    ......

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    • #3
      Part Three:

      The last time these aircraft will be in Europe, the South African AF Atlas Cheetah display, before being retired from service this summer.




      France Navy Dassault Rafale C




      Spanish Air Force Boeing EF-18A Hornet




      Portuguese Air Force Asas de Portugal Display Team






      Spanish Air Force Patrulla Aspa Display Team






      ...And then for the finale, a unique Spanish Air Force Heritage Flight

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      • #4
        Finally, a few static highlights:

        Portugal Air Force Dassault-Dornier Alpha Jet - Tiger Meet


        United States Navy Lockheed EP-3E Orion II


        Turkey Air Force TUSAS F-16CJ Fighting Falcon - Tiger Meet


        Pakistan Army Mil Mi-17P Hip - Here to celebrate the Army's 50th Anniversary.


        Australia Air Force Boeing B737-7ES Wedgetail


        France Navy Dassault Super Etendard IVM - Tiger Meet


        An-2T


        Iberia A319 Retro C/S


        Thanks for looking
        Regards,
        Matt.

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        • #5
          After looking at something like this I would normally say something along the lines of You need a hobby", but it appears that you already have one.

          I must say that these have to be some of the BEST screenies that I have ever seen. They are simply AMAZING! I can't wait for next year's airshow.

          -Chris

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          • #6
            Nice shots, but being Rota a Naval base, no Spanish Navy Harriers or Seahawks in the show?

            Cheers

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            • #7
              Yep there was, I just didn't think of them as highlights, here they are:





              Regards,
              Matt.

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              • #8
                Thanks.

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                • #9
                  Virtual or not, what a show Nice gallery
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                  Airliners*Pbase.com

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                  • #10
                    do you have a link to that nice RAAF 737 wedgtail I think it's called?
                    I'm the guy... Porter Guy

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                    • #11
                      Cheers all.

                      Porter guy, the Aussie Wedgetail can be downloaded from projectopensky.com, just look on the '737-700' section, then 'Military' and you'll find it.

                      Regards,
                      Matt.

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                      • #12
                        Wow, great show! how did you do that? you didnt fly all the aircraft at once did you? but that is simply amazing. Good on ya!
                        There's nothing like an airport for bringing you down to earth. Richard Gordon

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                        • #13
                          Hey!

                          Cheers! For the screenshots with more than one aircraft in view, I simply used some editing software that I usually use for my photography, and I just used that to make the display teams / formations.

                          Regards,
                          Matt.

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