Overnight the temperature dropped well below zero so the start was very cold on Tuesday (24 November). We reported at the main gate of Zeltweg at the agree time and met our two hosts. It turned out that they had well prepared our visit. The schedule of what we would do when was timed perfectly in line with the flight schedule for the day. That was a very good start! Furthermore, the forecast suggested that the sun would be out by the end of the morning. We started at the runway threshold with the take-off of two PC-7s and two Typhoons. Typhoons that make use of their afterburners are impressive, especially when you are so close to them. A third PC-7 took to the air and performed the major part of its demo for us. Awaiting the return of the aircraft we visited the PC-7 hangar. After that we went to the runway again to capture the recovery of the aircraft. The sun was present by now, as predicted. After lunch we went to the other side of the runway where a Typhoon and a PC-7 had been parked which could be photographed from every possible position. In the afternoon we went to several positions near the runway to photograph the active aircraft from different angles. Very nice! Then we quickly drank something warm before we went out in the freezing conditions to capture the take-off of two Typhoons in the dark. By then it was time to thank our hosts very much and drive a little for the next Schnitzel and a bed.