East meets West

British firm Jet Art Aviation has supplied a trio of beautifully restored ex-RAF aircraft to a museum in Estonia. While there it also arranged a special photography shoot, profiling Cold War icons of a different origin. Jet Art boss Chris Wilson reports

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The museum’s former Polish Air Force Sukhoi Su-22 ‘Fitter’. ALL JET ART AVIATION UNLESS NOTED

Tucked away in northern Europe, less than 12 miles (20km) from the Russian border, is an impressive collection of preserved military aircraft. The Estonian Aviation Museum was founded in 1999 and has been steadily expanding ever since. Thanks to several recent additions from the UK and other nations the attraction now offers several unique photo opportunities.

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