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Air Show - 21 may 2011 rok.
Marek Szufa - aeroplane Christen Eagle.
Village Michalkow, near Ostrow Wielkopolski - aerodrome.

He was the captain of LOT Polish Airlines, where he has been working since 1979, flying various types of aircraft, including Boeing 767. He had over 20,000 hours spent flying aircraft.
The greatest success of the sport achieved in gliding acrobatics, he was the second runner-up in the world and long-time member of the national team. He was also a multiple runner-up in Poland in aerobatic acrobatics and a multiple champion in aeronautical modeling in the F4G class.
He repeatedly participated in air shows. He died tragically on June 18, 2011 during the 5th Plock Air Picnic. His plane, Christen Eagle II (no.: N54CE), after performing a few aerobatic figures at low altitude, crashed on the Vistula, hitting the water mirror.

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