The flying display programme will be confirmed each morning as some aircraft are subject to operational requirements.
HERE'S THE FLYING DISPLAY SO FAR for 2015:Sunday 8 November - Al Fursan / Mirage 2000 / A350 / F16 / PC21 / B1 / SAFAT03 / F-22 / SAFAT02 / Rafale / Super Mushak / Typhoon / Boeing Stearman / Frecce TricoloriMonday 9 November - Al Fursan / Rafale / A350 / Typhoon / PC21 / B1 / Super Mushak / F-22 / SAFAT 03 / F16 / SAFAT 02 / Mirage 2000 / Boeing Stearman / SR 22 / Phenom
The 2015 flying display schedule is listed above but have a look at some of the aircraft that have flown at the show in recent years.
The UAE’s Aerobatic team are confirmed to fly at this year’s Dubai Airshow and we can not wait to see them again!
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Take in the agility and power of this Multi-Role/Swing-Role Combat Aircraft
The French Air Force and French Navy have ordered 180 from Dassault
The M346 is capable of transonic flight without using an afterburner.
The Chinese designation is "FC-1 Xiaolong" meaning "Fighter China-1 Fierce Dragon".
Fingers in your ears, when the F-16’s fly at the show
Regular performers at the Dubai Airshow, read more about this favourite French national team
46 paratroopers can jump simultaneously out of both side jump doors or the rear cargo door!
Did you know that the UAE was the launch customer of the Mirage 2000-5, ordering 32!
Everybody loves watching the A380 Fly. The largest passenger aircraft in history and Emirates Airline are their biggest customer!
This helicopter is in service with the Navy and Air Forces of ten countries and also is used by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department
The B-1 holds 61 world records for speed, payload and distance
Built in Russia during the 1970s, the MiG-29, was developed to counter American fighters like the F-15 Eagle and the F-16.
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