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Series Ilmailun Historia 7
Publisher/Brand Ilmailumuseoyhdistys ry (Aviation Museum Society Finland)
Author Jukka Hoffrén
Format 182 x 257 mm
No. Pages 180
Version Hard cover
Category Books on aviation
Availability In stock
This product was added to our database on Saturday 12 June 2021.
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The MiG-21 appeared in the Finnish sky in 1963 when Finland purchased 21 MiG-21F-13s for the Finnish Air Force from the Soviet Union. In those days MiG-21 was one of the best jet day fighters. When they became obsolete, Finland replaced them with 26 MiG-21BIS all-weather fighters during 1978–1986. Including the replacing aircraft and two-seaters, the Finnish Air Force had in all 54 MiG-21s. MiG-21 flew its last flight in the Finnish Air Force on 7th of March, 1998. After that it has been impossible to exceed Mach 2 within the Finnish Air Force. This book tells the story of MiG-21 in Finland from the 1960s.
The author is an aviation history enthusiast from Aviation Museum Society Finland.
Number of photos 180+