For the first time at the Dubai International Air Show a Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft took to the skies on day one of the five day long event. The show, which Eurofighter has a large presence at thanks to its large pavilion and full scale replica, kicked off yesterday with visits from the Royal Air Force’s Chief of Air Force Sir Stephen Dalton among others.

As the temperature soared, so did the aircraft in an impressive air display flown by RAF pilot Squadron Leader Scott “Scotty” Loughran. Outside the busy pavilion, a host of visitors queued up the stairs of the replica Typhoon in the forecourt to get a glimpse in the cockpit and to get a better view of Scotty performing his nimble routine above the crowds at the Airport Export Dubai.

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