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Email Autor Correction ID #1661591 / 144 Views
2-December-2021
ZD241 Such a shame that this classic VC10 which is capable of ground running and able to be taxied is about to be broken up along with the four out of six ex RAF Tristars seen here in lovely winter sunshine (more of ZD241)
Email Autor Correction ID #1654387 / 248 Views
23-September-2021
ZD241 with another VC10 and two ex Transaero B747-300's awaiting their future (more of ZD241)
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23-September-2021
ZD950 These ex RAF Tristars all arrived by air in about 2014 and have been stored since. There was a possibility some years ago of them going to the USA for an American contract but I believe that contract fell through and the aircraft remain here stored and deteriorating (more of ZD950)
Email Autor Correction ID #1654353 / 111 Views
23-September-2021
ZD950 Three of six ex RAF Tristars all arrived by air in about 2014 and have been stored since. There was a possibility some years ago of them going to the USA for an American contract but I believe that contract fell through and the aircraft remain here stored and deteriorating (more of ZD950)
Email Autor Correction ID #1654352 / 334 Views
23-September-2021
Most of these aircraft were kept in live taxying condition but the runway is now used for car storage this is now longer possible and the aircraft have moved in to a fenced off enclosure which will be open to the public in time as a small static museum. Aircraft are Canberra, Hunter, Sea Vixen, F104 Starfighter, Meteor, Lightning and inside the QRA shed are two more Lightnings.
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23-September-2021
XS235 A sad situation at Bruntingthorpe where the airfield is now used for car storage and the live aircraft that are capable of being taxied are now stored in a small corner of the airfield surrounded by containers. Also seen here is the Victor XM715 and the Nimrod XV229 (more of XS235)
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