More about the SAAF De Havilland Vampires
More About the SAAF De Havilland Vampires Vampire variants (SAAF planes in bold) Links to other sites and pages in blue Production History: DH 100: three prototypes. Vampire Mk I: single-seat fighter version for the RAF; 244 production aircraft being built. Mk II: three prototypes: Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet engine. One built and two conversions. F.3: single-seat fighter for the RAF. Two prototypes were converted from the Mk 1; 202 production aircraft were built, 20 were exported to Norway Mk…
Aviation Photo #2454670: Agusta A-109E LUH - South Africa - Air Force
Parked on the apron, shortly after taking part in the Presidential Inauguration flypast for President Jacob Zuma. - Photo taken at Swartkop (FASK) in South Africa on May 24, 2014.
Aviation Photo #1173122: Atlas Cheetah D - South Africa - Air Force
Cheetah D from 2 Squadron taxiing back to the flight line, with a Hawk just landed in the background. All together 10 Cheetahs took off from AFB Waterkloof today for a formation fly-past. Aircraft in colours of South African flag. - Photo taken at Pretoria - Waterkloof (FAWK) in South Africa on February 1, 2007.
Aermacchi MB-326M Impala Mk. 1.
South Africa obtained a licence to build the MB 326M, and about 125 were locally built from 1966 by the Atlas Aircraft Corporation and named Impala. Here is a line up at 83 Jet Flying school, Langebaan near Cape Town. PhotoGünterGrondstein.