Yemen Hadhramaut 1994

Aircraft



Finningley South Yorkshire

Taking off from RAF Finningley (now Robin Hood Airport) is XH558, the only flying Vulcan in the world.

Finningley South Yorkshire

The only flying Vulcan in the world banks away from RAF Finningley (now Robin Hood Airport) on the first leg of its Cold War Tour.

Aslockton Nottinghamshire 27th June 2015

Avro Vulcan XH588, the last flying V-bomber in the world seen over Nottinghamshire en route back to its Doncaster base after a northern circuit.

Bruntingthorpe Leicestershire 11th October 2015

Handley Page Victor K2 tanker XM715 Teasin’ Tina on the main runway so it looked the part as Vulcan XH588 flew over.

Bruntingthorpe Leicestershire 11th October 2015

Iconic Vulcan B2 XH588 overflying Bruntingthorpe Airfield. XH558 is in its final year of heritage flying, and touring the UK to give as many people as possible a chance to see this aircraft in the skies.

Museum of Science & Technology Milan Italy 8th December 2015

A Macchi MC 205 V used by the Regia Aeronautica Militare Italiana during the Second World War.

Finningley South Yorkshire 20th March 2016

VIP Event in Hangar 3 RAF Finningley (now Robin Hood airport) with Avro Vulcan XH558.

RAF East Kirkby Lincolnshire 18th October 2016

A dramatic sky highlights Avro Lancaster Mark VII NX611, Just Jane, on the apron at RAF East Kirkby.

East Kirkby Lincolnshire 5th August 2017

The star of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre's flying programme for me was the display by Duxford's rebuilt Bristol Blenheim F1 L6739. The aircraft was first restored in 1987 as a Mark IV aircraft but unfortunately, the Blenheim crash-landed in August 2003 at Duxford. While the aircraft suffered considerable damage, she wasn’t broken beyond repair and as a Mark 1 nose had been acquired already it was decided to rebuild it as the early version. It made it's maiden flight in this guise in November 2014.
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