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Croatia's Wings of the Storm announces its return after six years

30.05.2024, 10:55

The Croatian acrobatic group Wings of  the Storm (Krila Oluje in Croatian) will experience its second participation at the NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days. This year, visitors can also look forward to a concerted performance of six PC-9M training aircraft.

The wings of the storm thus become the first announced aerobatic group of this year's NATO Days. Last year, a PC-9M turboprop in Slovenian colours flew over the Mošnov airport, and this year a six-member Croatian group will return to display these machines in coordinated aerobatic figures.

"This group had to cancel its participation in the year before last of our event due to bad weather, so we are very pleased with the return of this group, which will be able to perform for visitors again after six years," said Zbyněk Pavlačík, chairman of Jagello 2000. "At the same time, at this year's year will provide a unique and so far the first opportunity to see both the PC-9 aircraft and their successor, the PC-21, in the air."

The PC-9 is a two-seat turboprop trainer aircraft developed by the Swiss company Pilatus Aircraft. Since 1997, it has been produced in an improved version of the PC-9M. The design of the aircraft served as the basis for the development of the currently most widespread training aircraft in the world - the Beechcraft T-6A Texan II - as well as for its direct successor in the Pilatus product line, the PC-21. Currently, the PC-9 aircraft is used, for example, by the Bulgarian, Croatian and Mexican air forces.

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