The one aircraft I'd love to fly is _________.
I did a post on the AOPA Reporting Points blog asking this question. Here's photos of some of the ones our Facebook Page fans chose.
BD-5J. Photo by Mike Fizer
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Since 1963,over 450 MiG-21s served in Indian Air Force.Most upgraded since induction In 1996,India signed US$300million deal with Russia to upgrade 125 MiG-21 Bis,& multi-million dollar deal awarded to Israel's Elta for upgrading avionics.Despite series of crashes during 1990s,IAF decided to upgrade about 125 MiG-21 Bis to MiG-21 "Bison" standard.Because of frequent crashes,MiG-21s been dubbed flying coffins by media.As of 2007,about 250 MiG-21s remain in service & to be replaced by HAL Tejas.
MIG 21 Bison
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