This is the last entry for my week-long Al Ain Aerobatic Show series. Yay! For today, let me share the rest of the photos. Enjoy!
Another beauty that anyone couldn't ignore was Miss Demeanour. According to the commentator on that day, this aircraft is a classic British jet fighter in a paint scheme, owned and flown by the former Royal Navy instructor pilot Jonathon Whaley. It scorched the skies high and extremely low around the heads of the crowd. This Hunter Hawk was undeniably a crowd pleaser with its eye-catching bravado performance. She was actually "dancing" in the air.
It wasn't only an aeroshow, there were some death-defying motocross stunts too.
Part of the event was the awarding rites for the winners of Desert Challenge which was conducted on Friday, February 4, 2011. The overall winner was Castor Fantoba from Spain.
|Winners of the FIA Desert Challenge|
|Otto the helicopter|
|and the "pilot"|
These skydivers were from Fazzaa Sky Team based in Dubai, UAE. Their skydiving skills were really impressive. I have already changed the lens of camera when I saw these skydivers.
At 06:00 P.M we left the grandstand hoping to check out the static on-ground display. We managed to have a look at some of the aircrafts.
some of our photo ops
|JM loved this face painting|
Before we headed to the parking area, I took my last glance at the main entrance and snapped this photo.
And what a nice scenery to end our day.....a sundown at the parking lot.
I hope you enjoyed the Al Ain Aerobatic Show series. Thank you my blogger friends and followers for always visiting Al Ain City Daily Photo. Have a nice day!!
This post is linked to My World Tuesday. Thanks to My World Team.
Word of the day: khalas is the Arabic word for the end or finished or completed. Salaam!