After three years, the paratrooper group Tigers of the British Army returns to NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days. Its attractive display will complement the already confirmed participation of the British Typhoon Display Team.
Romania, which has taken over the role of the Special Partner Nation of NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days for this year, will delight not only fans of aircraft but also of ground equipment and technology. Romania will present armoured vehicles led by the TR-85, as well as equipment from the Ministry of the Interior.
This year's special partner nation, Romania, is planning to make full use of this role at NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days. Visitors to the event can expect a comprehensive presentation of the Romanian Air Force, including dynamic demonstrations of the MiG-21 fighter, IAR 99 Soim training aircraft, and IAR 330 Puma helicopter.
At this year's NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days, we will commemorate 70 years since the founding of the North Atlantic Alliance and 20 years since the Czech Republic's accession to NATO. After last year's “centennial” celebrations, it will be another special year, as hints the participation confirmed so far.
Less than five months before this year's NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days, ten countries have already confirmed their participation in this largest security show in Europe. Newly, viewers can look forward to a dynamic demonstration of the PC-7 of the Austrian Air Force, which will complement the performance of the Swiss PC-7 Team.