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Published on 11th September 2010 by Martin Krupka, 4828 views
The most popular Scottish Air Show at Leuchars took place September 11th 2010. It is estimated that nice weather for a second year in a row welcome about 50 000 visitors.
The show took place place 70 years after the Battle of Britain.
BBC reported that thousands of people were trapped in traffic jams prior and after the show despite traffic management measures introduced by Fife Council.
To name few of the Leuchars Air Show highlights, visitors could see the following aircraft in flight or on static display:
Red Arrows (UK Air Force)
Vulcan (Vulcan To The Sky)
Boeing B-52H Stratofortress, Boeing KC-135R Stratotanker (US Air Force)
Saab JAS 39C/D Gripen, L-159 Alca and Antonov An-26 (Czech Air Force)
Dornier Alpha Jet (France Air Force)
General Dynamics F-16 MLU (Netherlands Air Force)
General Dynamics F-16 MLU (Belgium Air Force)
TriStar, Vickers VC-10, Eurofighter Typhoon, Panavia Tornado GR4, Hawk (UK Air Force)
Lancaster, Spitfire, Hurricane (Battle of Britain Memorial Flight)
Saab 340 (Flybe)
Dornier 328 (Cityjet)
North American F-86 Sabre, DH Vampire, The Blades
Below are some pictures of airshow arrivals taken on the day before the airshow.