Giardini Naxos: An appointment not to be missed for the return to Giardini Naxos of the tricolor Arrows. The Arrows Tricolore perform at Giardini Naxos, with a biennial cadence and constitute a long awaited moment also by beauties and tourists of all nationalities, Italy and abroad.
The Tricolor Arrows feature a flying program of the most beautiful and appreciated and have the primacy of the world’s largest acrobatic patrol, with nine more training aircraft plus the solo aircraft, which can attract the attention of the spectator with spectacular maneuvers and Harmonious, The acrobatic patrol will go overboard the skies of Giardini Naxos and Taormina to give tourists their repertoire on the upcoming summer season of 2017, precisely on June 17 and 18
, The program is not known in detail at this time, but in the coming weeks there may be important news about it
Gardens. The tricolor arrows will flip in the Giardini sky on Saturday 17 and Sunday, June 18 next. The Giant’s Day was officially entered in the show program that the Pan (National Acrobatics Patrol) will perform throughout Italy in 2017. After the huge success achieved on September 27, 2015, the appointment is debated and the Executive has Already committed 25 thousand euros. “No effort,” commented Deputy Mayor Carmelo Giardina, “the Administration has decided to re-launch the event that will bring to Giardini not less than 50,000 viewers, for the joy of the commercial activities beyond the media’s return to the city, Without forgetting the value and meaning of Patria that the arrows represent. ” The “Naxos Air 2017” program includes technical tests on Saturday 17 June and the actual performance of various aircraft and tricolor arrows starting at 14:30 on Sunday, June 18
The Tricolor Arrows, whose full name is the National Acrobatic Patrol, the 31st Acrobatic Training Group, is the National Aeronautical Military Aviation National Pilot (PAN) born in 1961 following the Air Force’s decision to create a group Permanent for the pilot’s aerial acrobatics training.
With ten aircraft, nine of them in training and a soloist, are the largest acrobatic patrol in the world, and their flight schedule, featuring about twenty acrobatics, lasted about half an hour, made them the most famous.
Since 1982 they used the Aermacchi MB.339 A / PAN MLU as the aircraft, and the headquarters are the Rivolto (UD) Italy airport.