As aviation fans, especially ones of vintage World War II aircraft, we love to go to airshows to see and hear our favorite aircraft. Be it a P-51 Mustang or Avro Lancaster, there aren’t many of these flying beauties left on this planet.
For this reason, we’ve compiled the top 10 flybys we came across the web this year. Some of the clips below are a bit longer but we’ve queued them up for you to the parts we wanted you to see. We’re sure you folks will enjoy the sound of these wonders of engineering, so without further ado, here they are.
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Spitfire at Beachy Head, England
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A Screaming Bf 109 at Heringsdorf Airport, Usedom
Not One But Two F7F Tigercats Buzzing The Crowd Nice And Low At Oshkosh, Wisconsin
A Very Rare Hawker Sea Fury At Biggin Hill, England
Here Are Some Souped-Up World War II Warbirds Pushing Their Limits At Reno, Nevada (Volume Warning)
Here’s The One And Only Avro Lancaster Flying At RIAT
A Slow And Low Rumblin’ F6F Hellcat At Palm Springs
Here You Almost Have Everything. A P-47 Thunderbolt, 2 P-51 Mustangs and 2 P-40 Warhawks
And Let’s Not Forget About B-29 FIFI Making A Low Pass At The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum’s WWII Weekend in Reading, PA