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BREAKING: Black Eagles accident at Singapore Airshow

An aircraft of the Republic of Korea Air Force Black Eagles aerobatic team has crashed at Changi Airport while participating at the nearby Singapore Airshow. The accident occurred at 13:24 local time on Tuesday 6th February.

The aircraft was taking off for its display on Runway 20R when it crashed on the ground and burst into flames. Eyewitnesses report the aircraft suffered a tyre burst and began to decelerate before veering off the runway and overturning. The Airport Emergency Service swiftly extinguished the fire.

The pilot escaped with minor injuries and has been sent to the airport clinic for a check-up. His identity remains unconfirmed but the aircraft involved appears to be the #6 opposing solo jet.

The Black Eagles cancelled their display immediately and an investigation has been launched by the Republic of Korea Air Force. They have withdrawn from the rest of the show and the remainder of the flying schedule has been updated accordingly.

The stricken jet was removed from the runway after 18:00 and the runway reopened after a thorough inspection. Some delays to commercial air traffic occurred, with one flight being delayed by around four hours. A total of 170 flights were affected.

The Black Eagles fly eight KAI T-50B Golden Eagles in their display – single-seat supersonic advanced jet trainers, made in Korea. They have displayed to much acclaim in the United Kingdom, Malaysia, China and at the last two editions of the Singapore Airshow.

Airshows are Amazing! Best of 2017 compilation

We’ve once again teamed up with our friends at┬áto produce a highlights compilation video of the best of the 2017 airshow season! From the incredible “bomber day” at Oshkosh to the awe-inspiring Ukrainian Su-27 at RIAT and the thrilling Black Eagles at LIMA. If you want to watch the original videos without music, many of them can be found on the AirshowStuff and This is Flight YouTube channels. Watch the compilation below – and let us know what you think in the comments section!

VIDEO: re-live the highlights of Oshkosh 2017!

We’ve teamed up with our friends at to produce a compilation of the highlights from EAA AirVenture 2017 in Oshkosh, USA. With 10,000 visiting aircraft, Oshkosh is considered the world’s greatest aviation celebration, and 2017 saw a landmark installment of the event, headlined by the first full Blue Angels demonstration in the show’s history. It also brought together the world’s only two flying B-29s for the first time in addition to an eclectic mix of other bombers, from the nightly B-1 Lancer and B-52 Stratofortress to a mass display of B-25 Mitchells.

Our 20-minute retrospective includes excerpts from the best and most memorable displays of the week; if you enjoy it visit the AirshowStuffVideos YouTube channel for dozens more films of individual performers at the event, and our own channel for more airshow documentaries.