Description: They’re milestones of postwar aircraft development, gems that look as if they had yet to see their maiden flight. But the DC-6B and the Corsair in question have already logged several thousand flight hours. They had the good fortune to have been discovered by the airplane enthusiasts of the Flying Bulls, who are dedicated to preserving historic airplanes and allowing them to fly once more. This collection originated in the nineteen-eighties. Sigi Angerer, one of the original pilots of Tyrolean Airways, may have flown modern jets as his day job, but his real love was for historic airplanes. He searched the USA up and down for an affordable war bird—and finally hit upon a North American T-28B. It was to be the cornerstone of what would later become the Flying Bulls Collection.
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