January 2000
Marketing Event;Jan2000, p13
Presents a photograph of Prince Charles in a Eurofighter aircraft at the Dubai 2000 air show in the United Arab Emirates in November 1999. Aircraft launched by the Red Arrows team; Organizer of the event.


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