RTAF Children’s Day Air Show 2009 In Don Muang

Show site after the event.

Show site after the event.

Children’s Day is the nationwide event for children on the second Saturday of Janurary. Here is photo from Don Muang where RTAF Children’s DAy airshow was held.

Gripen International set up a small booth distributed poster to children.
Gripen International set up a small booth distributed poster to children.

 

F-5T Tigres prepare to fly home.

F-5T Tigres prepare to fly home.

 

 

 
Nok Air's 737-400 Take off behind the Tigres.

Nok Air's 737-400 Take off behind the Tigres.

 

This year RTAF cut flight demonstration and aircraft.

This year RTAF cut flight demonstration and aircraft.

 

There are two F-16, one F-5, and only morning aerial display, down two time from normal performance.

There are two F-16, one F-5, and only morning aerial display, down two time from normal performance.

 

These two F-16 come from 103 snq. of Wing1.

These two F-16 come from 103 snq. of Wing1.

 

But C-130 still keep flying, bringing lucky children in to the sky.

But C-130 still keep flying, bringing lucky children in to the sky.

 

 

Aircraft prepare to leave home. From Top N22B Nomad, PC-9M, L-39ZA/ART, Alphajet A, Au-23A, CT-4A, and T-41D.

Aircraft prepare to leave home. From Top N22B Nomad, PC-9M, L-39ZA/ART, Alphajet A, Au-23A, CT-4A, and T-41D.

This F-5 will be replaced by Gripen in 2011.

This F-5 will be replaced by Gripen in 2011.

From top, BT-67, HS-748, G-222, and C-130H.

From top, BT-67, HS-748, G-222, and C-130H.

 

 

T-41D hold a 40th anniversary special painting.

T-41D hold a 40th anniversary special painting.

 

The Nomad also came with 25th anniversary special painting.

The Nomad also came with 25th anniversary special painting.

G-222 and C-130 leaving home on the other side of the airport.

G-222 and C-130 leaving home on the other side of the airport.

Thank you. See you next year!!!

Thank you. See you next year!!!

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