Aerobatic Flight
Ten aircraft fly at an average speed of 600 km/h and at a distance of 2 meters wing-to-wing. "Pony" is the name given to the pilots of the Frecce Tricolori, the most famous aerobatic team in the world, founded in 1961. Flying wing-against-wing requires absolute mutual trust, achieved through exhausting daily training.
Udine (Italy)

Alessandro Barteletti (IT)

Print Size: 810x540 mm
Frame Size: 1080x810 mm
Paper Type: Photospeed High White Smooth 315gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS SA 187 52

 

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Aerobatic Flight
Archival Giclee Digital Print


Ten aircraft fly at an average speed of 600 km/h and at a distance of 2 meters wing-to-wing. "Pony" is the name given to the pilots of the Frecce Tricolori, the most famous aerobatic team in the world, founded in 1961. Flying wing-against-wing requires absolute mutual trust, achieved through exhausting daily training.
Udine (Italy)

عشرة طائرات تطير بسرعة 600 كلم/ساعة في خطٍ مستقيم فيما يبعدُ جناح الواحدة متران فقط عن الأخرى. ويحمل الطيارون في فريق "السّهام ثلاثية الألوان" الأشهر على الإطلاق الذي تأسّس سنة 1961 اسم "بوني". يتطلَّب الطيران مع الحفاظ على تلاصق الأجنحة ثقةً مطلقة متبادلة، تُحقّق بواسطة التدريب اليومي المضني.
أودين (إيطاليا)

Photographer:
Alessandro Barteletti (IT)


Print Size: 810x540 mm

Frame Size: 1080x810 mm

Exhibit: POS SA 187 52

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