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Lago Releases MB339 PAN

Last updated Sun, 17 Jun 2012 12:31:20 GMT
Originally posted on Thu, 13 May 2004 19:53:45 GMT

Now available from Lago is the MB339 PAN, the versatile and agile jet aircraft flown by Italy's Frecce Tricolori in a ten plane formation. The add-on allows this sort of formation flying, to allow flightsimmers to fly as a real aerobatic team. For full details, click on Read More.

It's the dream of every single pilot in the world, the best aerobatic aircraft ever designed, and for almost everybody the symbol of one of the most spectacular aerobatic teams of the sky: the Frecce Tricolori.

It's the MB339 PAN, a versatile, agile and unique aircraft, that the Italian aviation has decided to use to replace the glorious G-91, for the Frecce's exhibitions through the world.

In this spectacular Lago add-on, developed by Alberto Sangalli's Cloud 9 team, you will be able to fly this magnificent aircraft re-created in every single detail and, for the first time, to fly in formation using 10 different callsigns to fly in a real aerobatic team.

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