South Korea's Black Eagles to perform fly-by over KL today

South Korea's Black Eagles to perform fly-by over KL today
South Korea's Black Eagles aerobatics team perform a manoeuvre during an aerial display on the opening day of the Singapore Airshow at Changi Exhibition Center February 16, 2016. - REUTERS / File
KUALA LUMPUR: The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) aerobatic team, Black Eagles, is set to put up a stunning show over the federal capital's air space today.

Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF), in a statement, said the team will perform a 15-minute fly-by using ROKAF's nine KAI-TB50 fighter jets.

"The fly-by will begin at 10.30am and is expected to end about 10.45am. The team will fly over the Petronas Twin Towers.
"Members of the public will get the chance to watch the performance by the Black Eagles which had put up a show at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2017 (LIMA'17) recently," said the statement.

It also urged members of the public not to panic and speculate over the show.

Black Eagles made its debut at LIMA'17 which was held from March 20 and 25.

Other aerobatic teams that joined in the event were Russian Knights from the Russia Air Force (RAF) and Jupiter of the Indonesian Air Force (AU-TNI). -- Bernama