Without warning, the alphajets of the Patrouille de France came to greet Le Havre with their famous tricolor plume on Saturday June 5, 2021 in the afternoon as they passed the beach.
She does everything to never go unnoticed. Without warning, the Patrouille de France alphajets came to greet Le Havre with their famous tricolor plume on Saturday afternoon as they passed the beach. In formation, the eight twin-reactors in blue-white-red livery made a detour via the Porte Océane before landing, around 5 p.m. on the tarmac at Caen-Carpiquet airport.
For the 77th anniversary of D Day
The official acrobatic patrol of the French Air Force will spend the night in Normandy before making a flight between Ver-sur-mer and Ouistreham on Sunday 6 June around noon on the occasion of celebrations of the 77th anniversary of the landing. Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, June 6, 1944.
Seeing the Patrouille de France pass over the beach, the people of Le Havre are used to it. They were able to admire it on September 1, 2019 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Jean-Maridor flying club in Le Havre.