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Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team

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The Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team is a Czech aerobatic team. The team fly four XA42 aircraft, painted in the colors of Red Bull energy drink for sponsorship reasons. All team's planes use white smoke generators during air shows.

Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team
Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team
Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team
Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team
Jiri Saller, Miroslav Krejci, Jiri Veprek, Radka Machova
Jiri Saller, Miroslav Krejci, Jiri Veprek, Radka Machova
Radka Máchová
Radka Máchová


The Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team home location is airfield near of Jaroměř in north-eastern part of Bohemia.[1] The four pilots are: Leader Stanislav Čejka, left wing Jan Rudzinskyj, right wing Miroslav Krejčí and slot Jan Tvrdík (line-up in 2017). The team also includes manager Martin Nepovím and engineer Miloš Špreňar. Stanislav Čejka and Jan Rudzinskyj constitute also the Flying Bulls Duo team.[2] Stanislav Čejka and Jan Tvrdík are the Czech Air Force fighter pilots flying Saab JAS 39 Gripen and Aero L-159 Alca planes.[3] The previous team was: Radka Máchová (leader), Jiří Saller (left wing), Miroslav Krejčí (right wing) and Jiří Vepřek (slot). They used Czech aerobatic planes Zlín Z-50.[4] That formation felt apart when Radka Máchová was removed from leader position. Jiří Saller left the team during subsequent controversy. Jiří Vepřek ended due to his health problems.[5]

Awards and honors

  • Diplomas d'Honneur, FAI
  • Multiple Champion, FAI World Grand Prix
  • Winner, Nippon Grand Prix, 2001


Two planes of previous team members (Radka Máchová and Jiří Saller) scraped each other during Aero India 2015 air show at Bangalore, India. Although Máchová’s plane lost its propeller and Saller’s plane had heavily damaged wing and blocked control elements, both pilots landed without any injuries.[6][7][8][9]


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  2. ^ "The flying bulls".
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  7. ^ "Planes Scrape Each Other Mid-Air at Bengaluru Show, Nobody Injured". NDTV.
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External links

  • The Flying Bulls Aerobatics Team [1]
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