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Email Autor Correction ID #1603514 / 12 Views
19-June-2011
G-BXFI Sqn Ldr Chris Heames as “Viper 1” slows down on the active in the summer evening after the Hunter display at the Cotswold Airshow 2011. (more of G-BXFI)
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4-July-2019
XL572 Yorkshire Air Museum. Civilian registration G-HNTR (more of XL572)
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21-May-2012
XL568 This Hunter T.7 started its service life with No. 74 Sqn. It was modified to T.7A standard and similar cockpit instrumentation to the Buccaneer, serving with the Maritime Strike Wing. (more of XL568)
Email Autor Correction ID #1241663 / 18 Views
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7-July-2012
G-FFOX (D) c/n 41H/670788. One of the old English birds @ RIAT 2012. (more of G-FFOX)
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17-July-2011
G-BXFI RIAT 2011 - 40. anniversary - One of the six Hunters is taxiing for departure. (more of G-BXFI)
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16-September-2011
G-BXFI Team Viper with a nice four Hunter formation! (more of G-BXFI)
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28-August-2011
G-TVII Wears military serial XX467. Built in 1958 (more of G-TVII)
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14-November-2010
XL568 A dual-control training version of the classic single-seat Hunter. On display in Royal Air Force museum of Cosford (UK). Eos 50D Canon 18-200. (more of XL568)
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5-October-2009
XL612 ex Boscombe Down ETPS (more of XL612)
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14-July-2008
G-BXKF c/n 41H-003315. ex XL577. Built in 1958. Painted as XL577. Departing the aborted RIAT 2008. [Canon EOS 400D] (more of G-BXKF)