Swiss Air Force’s “Patrouille Suisse” Display Team performed its show at the wrong place on Saturday Jul. 6, 2019. The team was scheduled to fly over Langenbruck, in north-western Switzerland, south of Basel, where the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the death of Swiss aviation pioneer Oskar Bider was held, but they flew over Mümliswil, missing the target by about 6 km.
People who gathered to commemorate Bider were unable to watch the show.
Swiss air force became famous in 2014 for not operating its air force other than office hours.