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British Royal Air Force RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter aircraft at Dubai air Show 2011 1311114

 
 
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Dubai Air Show 2011
International Aviation & Aerospace Industry Exhibition
Dubai
, UAE United Arab Emirates
13 - 17 November 2011
 
 
Eurofigher Typhoon at Dubai AirShow 2011
 
 
British Royal Air Force RAF Eurofighter Typhoon fighter aircraft at Dubai air Show 2011.
 
British Royal Air Force Typhoon fighter aircraft will again be flying across the skies of Dubai as they return to one of the most important global Air shows. The Typhoon, which will again excite the crowds, is capable of being deployed in the full spectrum of air operations from air policing, to peace support, through to high intensity conflict.
     
British Royal Air Force Typhoon fighter aircraft will again be flying across the skies of Dubai as they return to one of the most important global Air shows. The Typhoon, which will again excite the crowds, is capable of being deployed in the full spectrum of air operations from air policing, to peace support, through to high intensity conflict.
Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon Aircraft depart RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire to take part in the UN-backed operation to protect civilians from Col Gaddafi's forces.
(Photo: UK MOD Crown/Sgt Pete Mobbs)
     

British Royal Air Force aircraft have recently taken part in joint exercises involving the Emirati and other international allies and whilst in the region wanted to reflect the importance of the air force to air force relationships by attending this prestigious air show.

Typhoon aircraft have recently been deployed on operations and have performed exceptionally well, demonstrating outstanding levels of availability and maintainability. Typhoon is the world’s most advanced swing-role combat aircraft. It meets current and future fast combat air needs and provides best-in-class combat effectiveness and operational flexibility.

The aircraft will perform another outstanding daily display at the show, demonstrating its incredible agility and speed.
BAE Systems Typhoon Test Pilot Nat Makepeace spoke about flying during the show:
“I am delighted to have a chance to fly the Typhoon at Dubai Air Show. It is a great honour to have the opportunity to fly at one of the world’s premier air shows. I am really looking forward to demonstrating the capabilities of an aircraft which I love flying and I am most grateful to the UAE for kindly inviting me.”