Flying the Typhoon Through the Mach Loop at Low Level
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The RAF Typhoon is a European multinational twin-engine, canard delta wing and multi-role fighter. This video is shot from the backseat of an RAF Typhoon flown by pilot Jamie Norris on an ultra-low level sortie through the Mach Loop and the Lake District.
We just love how maneuverable the Typhoon is during the air show. And the kind of discipline pilots need to have to attempt this kind of flight is pretty unreal, yet smooth and controlled. It’s pretty amazing to see that kind of skill at a low level through the valleys.
Kudos to the pilot for having awesome flying skills, and topping it off with a smooth landing. Not to mention that Typhoon itself is such as impressive aircraft, and it’s pretty cool that you can actually hear the jet engine!