Pakistan Air Force aircraft is participating in Royal Air Tattoo Show in UK
Thousands of aviation visitors from all over the world took keen interest in the splendidly painted PAF aircraft at the Rtoyal International Air Show-2017 being held at Royal Air Force Base, Fairford (UK).
The star of the show PAF C-130E Hercules conveys the message of peace through its beautiful paintings and images.
Royal Air Tattoo Show is one of the UK’s premier outdoor events, returns this summer with an extravaganza of entertainment for all the family.
Alongside the thrilling flying action, visitors will be treated to non-stop entertainment on the ground – so whether a wide-eyed first timer or a seasoned airshow veteran, the experience is breathtaking.
Pakistan Air Force (PAF) decorated C-130E Hercules with various documentaries and promos with beautiful paintings and images to show the diverse culture and rich heritage of Pakistan to the visitors.
These documentaries were keenly watched and appreciated by the people of all ages particularly children.
The C-130E Hercules is the workhorse of the Pakistan Air Force’s air transport fleet. Pakistan made its Air Tattoo debut back in 2006 when it sent a C-130 painted with a special tail thanking nations for taking part in international relief efforts after the Kashmir earthquake in 2005.
The Air Tattoo is staged in support of the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust, a charity set up in 2005 to support the wider RAF family. As well as seeking to develop a spirit of air-mindedness in youngsters, it also aims to promote excellence with the Royal Air Force.