In 2015, the Breitling Jet Team, the world’s largest civilian professional jet aerobatic team, will begin its first trip to the United States. This elite formation consists of 7 Czech-made L-39C Albatros two-seat jet trainers with a flight speed of 700 km / h (435 mph). It has previously been completed in 36 countries around the world Air show.
The Breitling Jet Team has just completed its journey to Europe, flying across Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Poland. In the end of 2014, this formation experienced many highlight moments worthy of count and praise. For example, for the first time participating in the ILA Berlin Air Show, this is a very rare glory for the civil jet team; for example, working together with the Italian national tricolor arrow air show team to support the ‘Fly for Peace’ that promotes peace and respect for human rights (Fly for Peace) Framework Program; and fly in formation with the Royal Air Force Red Arrows to celebrate its 50th anniversary. In the 2012 ‘Journey to Asia’, the Breitling jet fleet flew over Russia, China, Southeast Asia, South Korea and Japan, with a total mileage of more than 45,000 kilometers (28,000 miles).
On December 9, 2014, the International Council of AirShows will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, at which time the Breitling Jet Aerobatic Team will announce specific plans for their 2015 trip to the United States.
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Combining speed, precision, and courage, the Breitling Jet Aerobatic Team is the perfect spokesperson for the brand’s spirit. Since its creation in 1884, Breitling has established an inseparable partnership with the aviation industry. The famous Onboard chronograph was equipped with a propeller fighter pilot during the Second World War. In 1952, the birth of the Navitimer series made the cooperation between the two closer. The Navitimer chronograph is equipped with Breitling’s original circular flight slider, known as the ‘aviation computer’, capable of performing various calculations required for flight. Breitling’s enthusiasm for the aviation flight industry has been passed down for more than 60 years, and is a well-deserved veteran elite in global mechanical chronographs. In addition, the brand has also made great achievements in the forefront of electronic technology. It has developed innovative equipment used by various pilots, such as the Breitling Emergency, which is the world’s first dual-frequency positioning beacon emergency help watch.