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 Angel 7 is a crowd-pleaser on the ground OR in flight:

On the ground, Angel 7 draws crowds and cameras; it has been the most photographed static display at many airshows. Adults and children alike love Angel 7, and have made for long autograph lines. Pictures of Angel 7 are a high-demand item. Over 500 have been given away at a single airshow!

 In the air, Angel 7s spectacular appearance during its high-G maneuvers, smoke-on high-speed run, its slow-and-dirty pass and its exciting rolling and photo passes wows and stimulates airshow crowds.

 Angel 7 is an Aero Vodochody L-39, painted to honor the Blue Angels because it closely resembles the Douglas A4-J Skyhawk, the media/public relations plane the Blues flew in the late 70s and early 80s. Angel 7 generates patriotism, and proves the ICAS study conclusion that airshow crowds prefer to see military aircraft, whether static or in flight.

  Mike Dunkel, Angel 7s commander, is an experienced pilot having made over 50 air show appearances in the U.S. Mike has been flying for over 40 years, and holds a Airline Transport license for both, single and multi-engine aircraft with several type ratings.

 Angel 7: in the air or on the ground: ALWAYS a crowd-pleaser!
 

 

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