Encouraged by the fact that the Singaporean Air Force has detached eighteen A-4 Sky hawks permanently to Cazaux for weapons training, many enthusiasts from the United Kingdom
and The Netherlands came to the show .
As would be expected, there was a diverse array of Armée de l'Air aircraft on display, with the added bonus that many were from the test fleets of either the Centre d'Essais en Vol
(CEV) or the Centre d'Expérimentation Aériennes Militaires (CEAM - also known as EC 05.330). This was possible, partly due to the fact that Cazaux is host to a detachment of the CEV, and partly because of the proximity of Mont-de-Marsan, home of the
In the last time section there where the following French aircraft on display the Centre d'Essais en Vol (CEV) was represented with the MIR 3 in the static and on the flight line. The same could be sad about the
MIR IV. From Saint Dizier a Jaguar E was present on the flight line. As a last token they flew a mission together in one formation.