Former world war two German fighter pilot Erich Brunotte aged 93 years old climbs into the cockpit of a Hispano Buschon fighter plane which is a direct copy of the famous German fighter the Messerschmidt 109 which he flew in the war. He flew over 560 duties until 3rd May 1945 and has 33 documented victories. He was also shot down one time while flying on the eastern front. Brunette was a special guest at the annual "Flying legends" airshow takes place at the former wartime airfield at Duxford. Flying legends is one of the largest gathering of vintage wartime aircraft in Europe with aircraft flown in from collectors around the world.
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