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J-3066 (cn L1066/1159) Do you still remember when "La Patrouille des Patrouilles" flew over Payerne one year ago? It was a wonderful moment! I believe that this photo is the only one with not just 40 aircraft on it. There is an airliner visible, just next to the leader of the patrouille. So on this image are 41 aircraft. Check it out!
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A visitor from Switzerland posted Tue April 16, 2013:
Nice Pictures Jerome. But I'm quite sure, that J-3066 never flew for the Patrouille Suisse. The registrations J-3080 to J-3091 are the special painted aircraft for our display team.

cheers
Martin

A visitor from - posted Fri December 28, 2012:
A whole European demo team formation! What about meeting them with Blues + Thundr Birds + Snow Birds + Royal Falcons + Korean team + ... Truly amazing shot! Thanks for sharing, FZardini

A visitor from - posted Thu May 31, 2012:
This is excellent!!!!!!!!!!

A visitor from Sweden posted Mon January 30, 2012:
Aaaaggghhh! Chemtrails! ;-D

A visitor from - posted Sun January 29, 2012:
Ok...my eyes are going nuts here trying to spot an airliner out of all the packs of what looks to me to be fighter planes! Incredible shot though!

A visitor from United States posted Thu January 27, 2011:
WOW!!! What I would give to see something like that "live".....I've never seen an air-show in the USA with that many planes up at once!

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 8, 2011:
It's a fabulous photo Jerome, but you have better eyes than I do! The tiny "speck" just below the right wing?
I can see it, but I can not resolve it as an A/C....

A visitor from Denmark posted Sat May 29, 2010:
Just excellent

A visitor from - posted Wed October 21, 2009:
Good exelen photo

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 10, 2009:
Excellent photo, but it needs more blue angels and thunderbirds :D

A visitor from France posted Fri February 6, 2009:
By far my favorite photo on A.net Hats off to the photographer!!!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu December 11, 2008:
I see the ol faithful red arrows holdin down the best formation

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 17, 2008:
This is just a great shot! I smell cinnamon rolls. Yummmm...

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 10, 2008:
Enormous scene! Especially when I found the airliner. Excellent job!
^^

A visitor from Poland posted Mon May 12, 2008:
There should be "6 stars" option for some photos. This photo should be one of them! I love Switzerland!

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri February 1, 2008:
Breath taking!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu August 16, 2007:
On a controlers radarscreen this must really look like WW-III

A visitor from Australia posted Sat April 28, 2007:
Great Shot. Would have been stunning to see in real life. I love anything with the Red Arrows in.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat March 10, 2007:
Excellent photo colours are great. one of the best on Anet.
JM

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu December 28, 2006:
Thebet of the best in 1 image.
amazing!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu October 26, 2006:
Apart from the visual interest I think what makes this photograph excellent is that the opportunity for such a shot rarely if ever occurs

A visitor from Spain posted Mon October 23, 2006:
5 in 1. Awesome!. Nice Shot!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed September 6, 2006:
Fantastic photo. red arrows are the best!

A visitor from Serbia And Montenegro posted Sun April 9, 2006:
Very good.Excelent.And Great

A visitor from United States posted Wed March 22, 2006:
Heaven... o:)

A visitor from Switzerland posted Tue March 21, 2006:
Long live Swiss Airforce.

A visitor from South Africa posted Thu March 16, 2006:
41 out of 40 aircraft....great! And I rate this shot @ 41 out of 40 aswell.

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 10, 2006:
Pretty colors

A visitor from Poland posted Fri March 3, 2006:
Great photo!

A visitor from United States posted Tue February 28, 2006:
I like these planes because they are flying close together, and they are very colorful and pretty to see in the air for people to watch.

A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:
Precision of flying mirrored by triangular framing of the photo, like titian's europa.

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri February 17, 2006:
No words to describe this, but i´ve never seen many fighters flying together. T.B.

A visitor from United States posted Thu February 9, 2006:
Awesome shot.The big stroke of luck is the fact that the airliner appears to be flying in the same direction as the lead formation. Cool!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun January 29, 2006:
Man, how'd it feel to fly in that formation?!

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 23, 2005:
I love how many colors there are Baby that's a good shoot

A visitor from Canada posted Thu October 6, 2005:
Just Beutifull!!!

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed September 28, 2005:
Whaow.
What a feelin.
Rolf

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 23, 2005:
Amazing photo! The colors, the formation, it's just beautiful! Nicely done!

A visitor from Spain posted Mon September 19, 2005:
Very good shot. There goes my Patrulla Aguila and their CASA C-101 "Aviojet". The Spanish acrobatic patrol from our Air Force.
Good luck this year for:
Pedro Solbes, Félix Sánchez, Eduardo Ramírez, Miguel Bermúdez, Ismael Serrano, Miguel Puertas, Isidoro Sánchez, Miguel A Díez, Pep Alonso, Antonio Miralles, Víctor Sáez. They are the pilots of 2005 season.

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue September 13, 2005:
Great. just great. I wish i will see this kind of friendship at Moscow, MAKS-2007.

A visitor from Canada posted Tue September 13, 2005:
Five stars, .....no ten stars !!!!

A visitor from Canada posted Sun September 11, 2005:
That is such a wonderful picture!!!

A visitor from France posted Sun September 11, 2005:
Very impressive

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 11, 2005:
Great photo,5 in 1

A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 10, 2005:
Super very wonderful !!!!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat September 10, 2005:
The Italian guy who posted the comment before said "imagine the roar coming out from those engines". But in fact when I was in Payerne I remarked that the noise wasn't so loud. The airplanes were quite high in the sky and flew slow. But it's nice to see all these countries flying together.

A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat September 10, 2005:
I just wanted to precise a little what we see in this wonderful picture. From the left to the right we could see : The Red Arrows (Hawks, UK), The Patrulla Aguila (Casa C-101, Spain), The Swiss Patrouille (F-5E Tiger, Switzerland), The Team 60 (Saab 105, Sweden) and The Frecce Tricolori (Aermacchi MB 339A, Italy). Have a nice day :)

A visitor from Malta posted Sat September 10, 2005:
Wish I was there ;-)

Mark.

A visitor from Aruba posted Sat September 10, 2005:
Because it is tough!And it is a beautiful picture

A visitor from Italy posted Sat September 10, 2005:
A wonderful photo. The airliner is truly a miraculous thing to catch...very nice!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 10, 2005:
The Red Arrows representing... Awesome!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat September 10, 2005:
& now the question is, what of type of airliner is that ;-)

A visitor from Singapore posted Sat September 10, 2005:
Simply an amazing sight!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 10, 2005:
Excellent, and very colourful

A visitor from Italy posted Sat September 10, 2005:
This shot takes a great moment: 5 teams in formation flight, a superb show to see. I can't explain why, but the first glance at the pic gave me a little piece of the feelings those spectators felt that day. Simply superb! Watch it and image the roar coming out from those engines, the crowd clapping hands and screaming, the inner feeling of extreme power given by those birds flying together. My imagination gave me this present watching this shot. Superb!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Sat September 10, 2005:
Wonderful photo.
Notice the distortion in the wake of the second group from the right.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat September 10, 2005:
That is summit you dont see every day

A visitor from France posted Sat September 10, 2005:
JUST WONDERFUL

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