RIAT Royal International Air Tattoo 2015 | Saturday 18th July Highlights (HD)

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This video is of the highlights of the Royal International Air Tattoo at Fairford on Saturday 18th July 2015. This video contains nearly all the aircraft which participated in the mass 7 hours flying display where aircraft ranged from 1940’s fighters right through to the modern day transport aircraft such as the Airbus A400M & the Kawasaki P-1. This years show was celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain which involved a few aircraft in the display programme such as the Spitfire & Hurricane. This years show was also the last show in which a Vulcan bomber would be flying as it is being retired at the end of this display season which is very sad indeed. Some aircraft which can be seen in the video are a USAF V-22 Osprey, Hellenic Ar Force F-16 Fighting Falcon ‘Zeus’, Polish Air Force MiG-29 and much more! So, sit back and relax while you watch the main parts of one of the greatest airshows in the flying calendar compressed down into 20 minutes! I hope you enjoyed and thanks for watching! Please like, comment and subscribe for weekly full HD videos.

Aircraft which can be seen:
USAF CV-22 Osprey
Polish AF MiG-29 Fulcrum
AAC Apache AH-1’s
Airbus A400M
Kawasaki P-1
Hellenic AF F-16 Fighting Falcon ‘Zeus’
Czech Air Force Mil Mi-35 Hind
& and much more!

Some of my other videos from RIAT 2015:
Kawasaki P-1: https://youtu.be/Ax0zeJcdoJA
Vulcan XH558 with the Red Arrows: http://youtu.be/ekyaGl95P24

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