Text: Serge Van Heertum -  Pictures: Serge Van Heertum - Pierre Taquet - Translations: Marc Arys
© sbap 2019
 

The 53rd Salon du Bourget was held from 17 till 23 June 2019 and at the closure of the professional days, numbers were given. With a record of 2.450 exhibitors, the fair swirled signed contracts for some 140 billion dollars. The number of visitors exceeded 316.000, with 2.700 reporters from all over the world. In addition the Salon saw 300 official delegations, emphasizing the importance of this event at global level. During this week, 140 aircraft were also displayed on the ground as well as in flight.
The opening of the Salon on June 17th, was done in presence of the President of the French Republic, Mister Emmanuel Macron. After a flight display of the French aeronautical industry, the President headed the first highlight of the event, the signing of the agreement for the SCAF program (Système de Combat Aérien Futur - Future Aerial Combat System) as well as the presentation of a full size mock-up of this 6th generation fighter aircraft. This latter representing the successful outcome of the conceptual and architectural work done by Dassault and Airbus.
The Minister of the French Armed Forces, Florence Parly, and her counterparts, Ursula van der Leyen (Germany) and Margarita Robles (Spain), also signed this agreement, as a genuine legal commitment for the construction of a complete system of combat aircraft and drones, which should enter service between now and 2040. By signing in in this SCAF program, Spain officially met up with this ambitious project, jointly started by France and Germany. This signing also is also seen as a key step in the European defence building trade, combining technological greatness, political willingness and industrial cooperation. But let us not forget, Great Britain launched a similar project "Tempest" teaming up with Italy.
In conclusion : the building of an European defence is still not a fact, even if already two projects are going on in parallel, where the ideal situation of this kind of concept, would be the unification of the various specificities of each other and the know-how of each nation.

 
The first highlight of the show, the SCAF program (air combat system of the future) agreement signature
(Serge Van Heertum©)
SCAF Mock up
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Artist view of the 6th generation fighter in action
(SCAF project via Internet DR)
The British / Italian side 6th generation project
(Courtesy British Aerospace Media)
Will be called "Tempest", again no European unity
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
Military Aviation
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(Via Internet DR©)
  
The 2019 edition was the occasion to underline the clash of the tanker aircraft launched in 2001 between the A330 MRTT on the European side and the KC-46A in the United States. For the first time, these two opponents were displayed a few yards from each other. First deliveries of the KC-46A to the US Air Force started only some months ago despite of the ongoing industrial difficulties of the program. Opposite, the A330 MRTT (KC-30A) is already a success story, being it in the export or regarding its capacities. It was the second aircraft for the Armée de l'Air (French Air Force) and which will be delivered shortly, that made its first public appearance.
  
The first French Air Force "Phenix" was the Presidential transport aircraft
of the opening day
(Serge Van Heertum©)
A success story, in the future a A330 MRTT will wear the Belgian roundels
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The American challenger, the KC-46A
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The new tankers are based at Mc Connell AFB
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
Another aircraft, entering the exhibition area at Le Bourget, was the PC-21 from the Swiss manufacturer Pilatus, in the colours of the Armée de l'Air. Since September 2018, this training aircraft is based at Cognac and the training of future fighter crews started only a couple of days ago.
The remainder of the French military fleet was presented throughout the various manufacturers booths and the specific area of the Ministry of Defence as well as the innovations which have to allow the Armée de l'Air, the Marine Nationale (Navy) or the ALAT (Aviation Légère de l'Armée de Terre - Army Light Aviation) to evolve and prepare the future of military aviation.
A number of high added value equipment's and weapon systems, be they projects or "combat proven" were set out by the DGA (Direction Générale de l'Armement - General Directorate of Weaponry) together with the armed forces and industries : f.e. a more modern version of the Rafale, the Tigre and NH90 helicopters, a model of the MRTT (Multi Role Transport Tanker), the program of the Hélicoptère Interarmées Léger - HIL (Light Inter Armed Forces Helicopter) named "Guépard", immersive rooms dedicated to the SCAF, the "Système de Drone Tactique" (SDT - Tactical Drone System) and a - "Système de Mini Drones de Renseignements" (SMDR - Mini "Intel" Drone System). Or mock ups of the CSO satellite (Composant Spatial Optique - Optical Spacial Component) from the MUSIS program (Multinaltional Space-based Imaging System) and the future SYRACUSE IV (SYstème de RAdioCommunication Utilisant un Satellite - Radio communication System Using a Satellite).
 
The new training aircraft of the French Air Force, the Pilatus PC-21
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The most modern version of the Rafale
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Face to face with the HUD of the Rafale
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The operational aircraft was presented all long the week
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Eurocopter EC665 Tigre
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus Helicopter NH-90 TTH "Caiman"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
  
The second most representative nation, militarily speaking, was, of course, the United States of America which was heavily represented. Noteworthy was the presence of a Boeing P8 Poseidon next to the Boeing KC-46A. Two C-130, one "J" model from Ramstein airbase, wearing the commemorative invasion stripes and a LC-130H from the 109th Airlift Wing from the New York Air National Guard 139th Airlift Squadron. This aircraft especially dedicated to polar missions, is equipped, for landing on frozen strips, with skids produced in Belgium.
There where also the inescapable, like the CH-47F Chinook, the AH-64E Apache, both in United States Army markings and an USAF F-15E Strike Eagle. But the highlight of the American group was once again the Lockheed-Martin F-35A Lightning II from the 421 FS "Black Widow" based at Hill AFB. This aircraft was flown in from Switzerland, as a delegation of F-35A was there for an evaluation during the previous week. An unarguable star indeed, but no flying display. Very strange as the Lightning II is up for sale around the world.
 
The Boeing P8 "Poseidon" from the US Navy
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Boeing Military was highly represented at Le Bourget
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The Lockheed LC-130H "Skidbird"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Close up on the ski produced by SONACA as part of the C-130 offsets
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The 63301 "Spirit of Freedom"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
109th Airlift Wing from the New York
(Serge Van Heertum©)
High Viz colours like in the golgen 60's and 70's
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Close up on the JATO (Jet-assisted take-off) system
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Boeing CH-47F Chinook of the "Big Red One"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Boeing AH-64E Apache
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Lockheed Martin C-130J-30 Hercules 86 AW Ramstein AFB
(Serge Van Heertum©)
McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The US highlight of Le Bourget, the Lockheed - Martin F-35A Lightning II
(Pierre Taquet©)
Arrival from Switzerland
(Pierre Taquet©)
Some details, the retractable footrest
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Strange conopy concept...remember the Mig 21F
(Serge Van Heertum©)
421 FS "Black Widow"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The 421 FS is based at Hill AFB
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Low viz markings
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Canopy detail
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The Lighting driver
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Close up on the EOTS (Electro-Optical Targeting System)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Light and shadow
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
Missing at the last edition, Pakistan was back, presenting its JF-17 Thunder in the static- and flying display.
The Japan Air Self-Defence Forces (JASDF) also flew into Le Bourget to display, only in the static area, their naval patrol aircraft P1 and new transport aircraft C2.
For the second time, the Embraer KC-390, transport aircraft could be seen on the ground and in the air. A beautiful tactical transport aircraft, which seems to have some difficulties to break through on the market, aside from Portugal and Brazil.
Also to be seen in the static display, the Leonardo M345/346, the AT-6 Wolverine from Textron, a Portugese Air Force C295, a Pakistan Air Force ATR-72 and a Luftwaffe Eurofighter.
 

Pakistan back in Paris
(Serge Van Heertum©)
JF-17 "Thunder"...
the special paint at opening and the operational colours for the week display
(Pierre Taquet©)
The JF-17 armaments...
Luoyang PL-5DE short range air to air infra-red missile
Luoyang SD-10A medium range air to air radar guidance missile
Luoyang LS-6 GPS/INS guided bomb (250Kg)
Cheta C802AK INS guidance anti ship missile
(Serge Van Heertum©)
...and some more
CASIC CM-400AKG "Wrecker" INS guided anti ship missile
CASIC CM-102 Anti-Radiation GPS/INS guided Missile
Luoyang SD-10A medium range air to air radar guidance missile
Luoyang PL-5DE short range air to air infra-red missile
(Serge Van Heertum©)
JASDF was present with the Kawazaki P-1 maritime patrol aircraft
(Serge Van Heertum©)
And also with the Kawazaki C-2 transport aircraft
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The tactical transport aircraf Embraer KC-390 in Brasilian Air Force colours
(Serge Van Heertum©)
A transport aircraft that deserves commercial success
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Portugal has signed an agreement for 5 planes
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The KC-390 concept could be an excellent complement to the large military aircraft like the C-17 or the A400M
(Pierre Taquet©)
The M-345 from Leonardo
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Under Airbus flag, the Eurofighter EF2000
(Serge Van Heertum©)
ATR-72 MPA from the Pakistan Navy
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus / Casa CN-295M from Forca Aerea Portuguesa
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
The Bourget fair 2019 was also the one of the models and mock-up. Turkish manufacturer TAI officially announced the launch of its own future fighter concept; the TF-X, 6TH generation fighter and a model as well of the future training aircraft "Hürjet".
Leonardo unveiled a model of the Falco Xplorer drone.
The H160M Guépard of HIL (Hélicoptère Interarmées Léger - Light Inter armed forces Helicopter) was also present on the stand of the Ministry of Defence.
As for the European giant Airbus, three mock-ups were viewable, the Eurodrone, the VSR-700 and the SCAF program remote carrier.
At Boeing side, we could discover the Aurora Passenger Air Vehicle concept and the T-X advanced trainer aircraft.
 
Turkey reveals TF-X Next Generation Fighter at Paris
(Pierre Taquet©)
The TF-X from TAI is a stealth concept fighter aircraft
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Turkish concept for the next generation training aircraft "Hürjet"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Turkey does not lack ideas to divert the blockades
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Leonardo unveiled a model of the Falco Xplorer drone
(Serge Van Heertum©)
H160M Guépard HIL (Light Inter armed forces Helicopter)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus Eurodrone
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus VSR-700
(Airbus Media©)
SCAF program remote carrier
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Boeing Aurora Passenger Air Vehicle
(Boeing Media Center©)
Boeing T-X advanced trainer aircraft
(Boeing Media Center©)
 
Civil Aviation
 
2019 is also the announcement year of the Airbus giant A380 production shutdown
(Courtesy GIFAS©)
  
The 2019 edition saw the launch of the Airbus A321XLR with 12 customers and the announcement of the IAG group with an order of 200 Boeing 737 MAX, confirming the good performances of the cargo version of this aircraft and also the good results of the ATR group.
Here we have some of the announcements made at the conclusion of the Salon 2019…
The low-cost airline JetBlue Airways pledge itself to convert the 85 A321 Neo (of which 13 A321LR), already ordered, to A3321XLR standards, with a firm option order for the conversion on 10 A220-300. At this day, this American airline located at New-York, operates 193 Airbus A320 and A321, together with 60 Embraer 190. These latter will be replaced by the A220 from next year on.
Leasing company Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC), which already attracted attention at ATR on Tuesday, signed a memorandum of agreement for 20 A220 type aircraft. This agreement appoints the first major order of A220 by a big regional hiring company and confirms the versatility of this aircraft in supporting the expansion of the regional networks for the airlines that will turn towards the A220.
According to Airbus, the A220, with an order book of 536 aircraft at the end of May 2019, has all the requested qualities to take on a big part of the 100 to 150 seat aircraft market, estimated to represent at least 7.000 aircraft in the 20 following years.
During the fair, an order for 10 more A220 was also unveiled by Airbus, but without mentioning the name of the company and according to a Swiss source, another still anonymous client, could go for 20 A321XLR.
In Saudi Arabia, the low-cost airline Flynas followed the path, marked on Tuesday by Saudia, and signed an agreement for 10 A321XLR, the new version of the A321neo with an extended range to 4.700NM, officially launched on Monday. Actually awaiting 88 re-engined single gangway aircraft and 2 already delivered A320neo. On the other hand, 10 of the ordered A320neo will be converted to A321neo.
The European aircraft manufacturer totalizes 149 new confirmed orders, 214 pledges and 375 conversion orders, mainly from the A320 family to A321neo and A321XLR. Which clearly depicts the successful strategy of Airbus, consisting of offering their clients aircraft with extended ranges in this segment (sic).
Moreover, Le Bourget, was a great success for the A220, with 85 new orders, and the wide-body aircraft A330neo, with orders and pledges for 24 aircraft.
The "Star of the Airbus saga" was, without a doubt, the new A321XLR, with 48 confirmed orders and 79 pledges. 99 ongoing A321 orders will be converted to the XLR standard.
Within the wide-body segment, the new A330neo expanded its customers market with additional activities from Cebu Pacific and Virgin Atlantic.
 
Artist view of the A321 XLR for Xtra Long Range
(Airbus Media©)
Airbus A220-300 from AirBaltic, initially C Series from Bombardier
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus A321 NEO for New Engine Option
(Pierre Taquet©)
Airbus A330 NEO
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus A350-1000 XWB fror Extra Wide Body
(Serge Van Heertum©)
AirAsia from Thailand took delivery of its first A330 NEO during Paris show
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Aerial view of the stand dedicated to the European giant Airbus
(Courtesy GIFAS©)
 
Boeing ended up with 282 orders, pledges and intentions. The manufacturer explained having "confirmed their pledge to their customers, providers and industrial partners, reiterating the respect of the fundamental valours, being security, quality and integrity". This 53rd edition of the Salon du Bourget also allowed this American aircraft manufacturer "to answer the questions regarding the 737 MAX and share the achieved progress as the Group is preparing to safely bring back this aircraft to an operational status". Boeing summarizes his Salon with orders and commitments.
During the Salon du Bourget, Boeing also published its market perspectives, and estimates the commercial and military aviation market to 8.700 billion dollars by the end of 2028. Boeing Global Services (BGS) recorded orders and clinched bargains in commercial and military domain, with over 100 million dollars and contracts for the acquisition of the digital solution Boeing Analytx, and a first agreement for the supply of spare parts for the Airbus and Boeing aircraft of the British Airways fleet.
 
Boeing 737-800BCF from Prime Air
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Boeing underlined the good performances of the cargo version
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner of Tahiti Nui
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The dreamliner has so far received 1441 orders for a total of 72 airlines or leasing companies
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
With 75 new confirmed orders, rated at 1.7 billion dollars, and this number increasing to 145 when including options and purchase rights, ATR can rely on a most successful Salon du Bourget. These orders include 17 pledges for the new ATR 42-600S, the STOL (Short Take-Off and Landing) version of the ATR 42, offering optimized capabilities to take-off and land on runways of only 800 meters.
ATR announced three clients for this new version: Ait Tahiti, Elix Aviation and a third non disclosed client. ATR is finalizing the process of the official launch of this ATR 42-600 and was cleared to accept orders for this aircraft, subjected to the final approval by the manufacturer's board, foreseen by the end of this year.
ATR also offers a cargo version of its ATR 72, the ATR 72 600F, which could broaden the perspectives of the company.

Embraer seduced KLM Dutch Airlines and Binter with its E195-2E and United Airlines and Fiji Dream Airlines with its E175. The toal amount reaches 4.6 billion dollars. The Brazilian manufacturer also signed contracts of purveyance with Azul, Helvetic Airways and Aurigny Air Services.

Bombardier did not make any announcement for its commercial aircraft, but the buyer of the QSeries, De Havilland Aircraft unveiled that the client, former anonymous, of 6 Dash-8 Q400 concerns in fact TAAG Angola.

Mitsubishi Aircraft signed a memorandum of agreement with a "potential North American client" in preparation of the start of the official negotiations on 15 SpaceJet M100, with deliveries to start in 2024.
In a statement, the Japanese manufacturer underlines that the Mitsubishi Space Jet responds to the performances needs of the operators and the ever increasing expectations of the travelling people requiring a cozy and connected journey experience.
 
 One of the big winners of the show, the ATR group
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Bombardier Q400-78 from SpiceJet,
the show was not extraordinary for the Canadian aircraft maker
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Embraer seduced KLM Dutch Airlines and Binter with its E195-2E
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Profit Hunter...an entire program
(Serge Van Heertum©)
SpaceJet M100 from Mitsubishi
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Mitsubishi Aircraft signed a memorandum of agreement with
a "potential North American client"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 

Finally we will also underline the presence at Paris of the mock-up of "Alice" from Eviation start-up.
A 9 seat completely electric airplane, which will cost around 4 million dollars. There is already a buyer for the concept: the airline Caope Air, based in Massachussetts mentioning an order with "two numbers". The first flight did not take place yet, but Eviation looks for an in service entry date in 2022. The Eviation "Alice" is an electric aircraft developed by Eviation Aircraft of Israel. Built at 95% in composite materials, and will be flown by electrical flight controls (fly-by-wire); powered by three propellers, one engine at each wingtip and one at the back of the fuselage. First flight was due between the end of May and June 2019, but the program encountered some delay. The certification program is to take about two to three years.
Battery powered, the aircraft will be able to take on 9 passengers and two crew members. These batteries should offer an autonomy ranging from 1.000 to 1.200 km (450 to 650 NM) with a speed of 240 knots (440km/h) and lower running costs than turboprop equipped airplanes.

 
"Alice" from Eviation, an Israel start-up
(Serge Van Heertum©)
A clean design...
(Serge Van Heertum©)
...but still quite daring
(Serge Van Heertum©)
It looks like a former Bugatti design
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The electric engine located on the wingtip
(Serge Van Heertum©)
At Le Bourget, electric propulsion was clearly present
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The Airbus Vahana all-electric, single-seat, tilt-wing vehicle demonstrator
(Airbus Media©)
Pipistrel Alpha Electro 167
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Less noisy yes, less polluting ... not sure
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
In conclusion, the 2019 edition was not quite thumping regarding numbers and records. The novelties were interesting and the flight demonstrations a little sparse compared to the static area, but the Salon du Bourget is, together with Farnborough, a must see in Europe regarding the technico-commercial evolution of the aviation world, be it military, commercial or leisure aviation.
Rendez-vous is already taken for the 2021 edition, from 21 till 27 June.
 
 
Some other static display guest
 
Airbus Helicopter H-175
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus Helicopter H-145M Serbia Air Force
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Turkish Aerospace Industry T625
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Leonardo AW139 Vigili Del Fuoco VF-140
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Russian Helicopters Kazan Ansat
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Russian Helicopters "Rotors dance" team
(Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
SAFRAN air to air centerline refueling pod
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Raytheon 250 kg laser guided bomb GBU-22 (Mk82 / Paveway)
MBDA SCALP EG cruise missile
(Serge Van Heertum©)
MBDA Mica EM / IR guided air to air missile (Wing tip)
MBDA Mica EM guided air to air missile (Under wing)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
SAFRAN ASSM (Armement Air Sol Modulaire) Hammer 250
mounted on Rafaut AT730 3 position pylon
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Rafale M n°10 with the 11F centenary markings
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The left side of the Rafale M n°10
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Mirage 2000D from DGA connected flight test
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus Military A400M
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Especially for long distance
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Atlas look
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Heavy transport capabilities
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 In the field of business jet Dassault remains one of the top
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Mostly with the 8X model
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Honda HA420...
(Serge Van Heertum©)
...a special design with the engines on top of the wings
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Discreet but effective like a Swiss chronograph: Pilatus with what could be the most beautiful decoration of the 2019 show
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Pilatus PC-12
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The turboprop aircraft of the Alps
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Pilatus PC-21 military trainer
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Pilatus PC-24 off-road elegance
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Diamond Aircraft DART-550, when Austria attacks the PC-21 markets
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Diamond / Leonardo DA-62 maritime surveillance aircraft
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Elixir Aircraft LSA (light sport aeroplanes)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
A newcomer in the category...
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Eulair Twin 2 tandem wing push-pull twin-engine
(Serge Van Heertum©)
EULAIR for EUropean Light AIRcraft
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Quest Kodiak 100 a little look of Cessna Caravan
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The old glories goes back: Dornier 228-212NG
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Saab 340B in maritime patrol version
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Viking DHC-6 Twin Otter Guardian 400
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The forgotten regional transport aircraft...
(Serge Van Heertum©)
...the Dornier 328-110
(Serge Van Heertum©)
The East way of civilian protection: Beriev Be-200ES
(Serge Van Heertum©)
A massive water bomber...
(Serge Van Heertum©)
...with amphibian capacities
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
In flight presentations
 
The "Patrouille de France" for the opening on June 17th
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 
Eurocopter EC665 Tigre
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
 
Airbus Helicopter NH-90 TTH "Caiman"
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Dassault Aviation Falcon 8X
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Dassault Aviation Rafale C
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Pierre Taquet©)
The 30-GP...
(Serge Van Heertum©)
...and the 4-GM
(Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus A330 NEO
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Airbus A350-1000 XWB
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Russian Helicopters Kazan Ansat
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Turkish Aerospace Industry T 129 Atak
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
AVIC JF-17 "Thunder"
(Serge Van Heertum©)

(Serge Van Heertum©) #1 (Serge Van Heertum©) - #2 (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©)
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Beriev Be-200ES
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
Embraer EMB-550 Praetor 600
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
Embraer KC-390
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Pierre Taquet©)
Embraer E195-E2
(Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Pierre Taquet©) (Serge Van Heertum©)
(Serge Van Heertum©)
 

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