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Fifties and sixties-built fighter- and trainer-jet aircraft are today on the top of the vintage aviation foodchain, representing the highdays of classic aviation design.


Unfortunately, when not operated by an air force, these 'flying jewels' are very expensive to operate and require a lot of devotion by its owners, restorers and maintainers.


Recent experience on publishing in-depth articles on the last Canadian Armed Forces CT-133 Silver Stars (aka T-Bird) and Belgian Air Force Fouga CM-170 Magister proved that these 'oldtimers' are still in wide demand by editors and readers of (inter)national vintage-aviation magazines.


Both articles, illustrated with inflight pictures taken during well-prepared dedicated aerial photoshoots, were published around the world : i.e. from the United States of America to the Far East and a large number of  European countries.


These enthusiatic readers may well include executives of big commercial companies, willing to link their company's image and marketing strategy to these and your immaculate looking aircraft.


Our article on your vintage jet-aircraft will also highlight your motivation and ambition to keep these aircraft, all part of world's aviation heritage, flying and your pride to show their everlasting glory to a enthusiastic audience.


Priority will be given to (inter)national general and/or vintage aviation magazines, selected by you.


All pictures taken during these photoflights, flying in your jet aircraft's natural and (former) operational habitat, are downloaded on your PC immediately after landing and debriefing, upon your request. (c) was created a decade ago by Stefan DEGRAEF and Edwin BORREMANS, Belgium's leading (military) aviation photographers and reporters.


Countless reports on various air force's fighter squadrons and units were published in a large number of (inter)national aviation magazines, hugely boosting the exposure of these units around the globe.


The same publication-success, unmatched in today's world of aviation journalism, has been achieved with similar  high-quality articles on individual classic aircraft, based in Europe.


More info can also be found on :




  Fouga Magister article




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