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Antonov An-2 (VH-CCE) - Jamestown Airshow, South Australia, October 18, 2015.
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Antonov An-2 (VH-CCE)

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Jamestown Airshow, South Australia, October 18, 2015.

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Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Until this day I wasn’t aware that AN2s existed in Australia. Technically an AN-2TP this was Polish built by Wytwornia Sprzetu Komunikacyjnego-Mielec. As of this post, one other is currently shown on the register, VH-YNT.
Alan Brown
Actually seeing AN-2s flying is interesting to me. I helped keep track of the NVA Air Force during the war, but we never got to see the aircraft. Nice to actually see them perform.
Gary Schenauer
Postcard photo! * x 5 + *
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Thank you Gary and for your comment Alan. Any idea if the NVA's were Russian built?
Tom Vance
I saw one of these at Oakland CA USA during a mid 90s Airshow(All white) at North Field - the same weekend Steve Picatti flew the Canberra to Australia after extensive rework. I have photos somewhere in the hangar there at Oakland, and the next day Steve flew over the Airshow on a wing waggle and off to Honolulu....1st Leg.
Tom Vance
Oh and 5x for Oz Gman - def a Postcard shot.
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Thank you Tom and for the extra info.
Fiona Hunt
Wonderful photo stream. Lots of interesting aircraft.
Gavin HughesPhoto Uploader
Thank you Fiona.
ken kemper
Love the Paint Job too!!
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