Tuesday, 26 February 2013


We were at the 360 Mall on Saturday to see the one of the oldest British fighter aircraft, Spitfire, which was brought to Kuwait as a part of National Day and Liberation day celebration. The British single-seat fighter aircraft was produced in great numbers and used by the British Royal Air force and other allied nations throughout World War II. 

Those who visited the Mall on Friday would have had the opportunity to see the plane being assembled right in front of them. Here are some photos I took.

1 comment:

Nishy Khatun said...

A fighteraircraft is a forces aircraft designed primarily designed for air-to-air combat opposed to other aircraft,[1] having the status of conflicting to bombers and attack aircraft, whose key mission is to attack ground targets. The hallmarks of a fighter are its hurry, maneuverability, and insignificant size next of kin to other combat aircraft.