Global Aviation Resource - Duxford Diamond Jubilee Airshow 2012
"Another type on display dating from 1936 was Gordon Brander’s Bucker Jungmeister. The aircraft if synonymous with the 1936 Berlin Olympics, where aerobatics was included as an event and in celebration of this year’s Olympics taking place in London, the Jungmeister flew a classic aerobatic routine akin to those flown so successfully in Berlin."
Global Aviation Resource - Abingdon, May 2011
"Dan Griffith’s Jungmeister display was another standout aerobatic performance with some brilliantly flown flicks thrown in for good measure, and it only took a glance along the comparatively short Abingdon crowdline to see that he had the crowd’s full attention as he put the biplane through its paces in a routine more akin to a modern day competition aircraft."
UK Airshow Review - Rougham, August 2010
"Another excellent Rougham show - there was so much going on apart from the flying, makes it difficult to get everything in one day! The Jungmeister was easily the highlight of the display"
Global Aviation Resource - Rougham, August 2010
"Further biplane aerobatics were provided by the Bucker Jungmeister, appearing in the capable hands of test pilot and air display maestro Dan Griffith, a man famed in recent years for his stunning displays in the 'Spirit of Kent' Spitfire IX that have frequently been the highlight of any show the Kent Spitfire has performed at. Dan's display here saw the Jungmeister executing precision flick rolls, countless tight turns, wingovers and topside passes in an intense routine that ably demonstrated the excellent handling characteristics that made this German biplane a popular contender in competition aerobatics in the 1930s."
Global Aviation Resource - Duxford Flying Legends, July 2010
"They flew a lovely formation display...the Bucker Jungmann and Jungmeisters represented the age of innocence; a time before boys were sent to war, when aircraft were primarily used for pleasure, rather than war. It is also gratifying that the commentators never overlook the contributions these aircraft made, instead recognising that they are equally as deserving of a spot on the flightline as the Mustangs and Spitfires."
Global Aviation Resource - Biggin Hill, June 2010
"The beauty of Biggin Hill's Battle of Britain tribute was that it utilised aircraft, music, speeches and sound effects to tell the story of the battle in a dignified, reflective manner. The sequence started with a brief training montage, featuring...a seldom seen Bucker Jungmeister...Even at the offset, there was a poignancy to the gentle cavorting of the biplane trainers"
Blue Lion Forum
"The Jungmeister routine was really fun to watch. Good old fashioned "barnstorming" aerobatics. The thing snap rolls like crazy!"