The EM-10 Bielik (English: white-tailed eagle) is a low cost Polish military training aircraft prototype, built by Margański & Mysłowski Zakłady Lotnicze, first flown on 4 June 2003. The single engine aircraft has a composite (mostly carbon fibre) fuselage with a light alloy aft section and the pressurized cockpit is fitted with ejection seats.CPF-03
Mil V-12 (Mi-12) - This very rare and unusual bird was nicknamed "Homer" by the NATO and is by far one of the most exotic aircraft ever to have passed through the airport. It was accompanied by Mil Mi-8 CCCP-11097, both aircraft on their way to the Le Bourget airshow. Because they were not allowed to fly over Germany (Cold War issues), they had to re-route via Denmark and also The Netherlands to take on fuel. Currently, this airframe is preserved at the Air Force museum in Monino, Russia.