Ten officers of the Spanish Air Force acrobatic flight group, the Eagle Patrol, based at the San Javier General Air Academy, will be tomorrow Wednesday at El Corte Inglés and Hipercor Myrtea signing posters and taking pictures with their followers.
This action is part of the events commemorating the 10th Anniversary of El Corte Inglés and Hipercor Myrtea.
Having completed twenty-five seasons since its foundation, the Eagle Patrol accumulates more than 25,000 flight hours, and has participated in more than three hundred holiday events, both civil and military.
They fly with seven CASA C-101 aircraft of Spanish manufacture, and their pilots, who combine their work in the Patrol, with the teaching work at the General Air Academy, have a high level of preparation worldwide, highlighting maneuvers such as looping inverted and the landing in formation, being this patrol the first one that has managed to do it.
It is one of the few aerobatic teams that uses yellow smoke in its aerial displays for the realization of the flag of Spain.