Flying Legends at Duxford is one of the world’s foremost gathering of warbirds. Rather than individual displays, the whole afternoon was beautifully choreographed as a fluid performance, culminating in a ‘balbo’ (formation flypast) of twenty-seven aircraft.

As usual, the event was the same weekend as RIAT so it was a busy couple of days for me. I picked a good spot at the western side of the airfield, well placed to snap the planes as they took off.

Flying Legends 2018 – my photos

Radio frequencies

The following frequencies were in use:

Display132.9
Display secondary (air to air)121.4
Duxford Information122.075

Orientation

Runway 24 was in use at Duxford, with the crowd facing south-east. The sun crossed behind the crowd line on the right at 15:30.

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