Flying low! What could be more fun!

An unknown pilot (not me!) flying a Pilatus PC-9 turboprop, possibly of the “Wings of Storm” Croatian military aerobatic display team, flies just a few feet above the ground in places, at a calculated 260mph (420kmh, 225knots).

In addition to 90-degree-plus bank angles, flying between trees, and buzzing traffic on the roads, he (at the end) flies underneath the Mirna road bridge (in Western Croatia).

Some have said that he is a skilled military pilot. That may be so, and would certainly qualify him to fly to a better standard than most of us, but I am still of the view that it is only a matter of time before he makes a small mistake, with the inevitable consequences. – AerialExplorer

Featured image by video screen capture

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