Just like a number 9 bus, all quiet and then they all take off together! great day, great flying, hope to see you all at the week end
Following on from the Corsair our presentation of the P-40 C The P-40 C is planned to be displaying at Flying Legends 2016 – there is still time to book your tickets online HERE
What better image for Novembers Desktop than that of the P-40C ruining the tranquility of Duxford early on a calm morning in the Spring!
With all our efforts for the last few months focused on a certain weekend in July (Flying Legends) the morning after is somewhat of an anticlimax and leaves one thinking what on earth do we do now …..? Well the first thing to do is to thank everybody for their time and contribution (our volunteers not only give up their …
First the July calendar and thank you to everyone who reminded us we were late! Then a couple of snaps from Saturday at Duxford. Who would have guessed this months aeroplane? How about the P-36 as a desktop? We promised a little extra so how about some photos of Saturdays action!?
No less than three flights from the P-40C (Sunshine and Silver aeroplanes, yes), then one from Miss Velma. The American team have arrived and wisely stayed in the hangar (and shade) while they put the P-36 together
A quick view of the hangar with more bits being put back on the aeroplanes than taken off since the last update.
This morning, the clouds broke in time for a stunning display. Below are some of the highlights with more photos to follow next week. It was also good to meet old and new FoTFC! And Finally how much can you fit in a Mustang? Hope to see you tomorrow!
Lots of brilliant photo reports around the internet. In brief a busy day for the team at TFC with test flights and display practices from the Hellcat, Bearcat Gladiator and notably Corsair (first time in the air since 2012) as well as other display participants. The P-40C had engine runs to whet the appetite. To add to the splendid photos …
Busy day at Duxford today in the build up for Flying Legends! Some more photos of the P-40C: And an arty shot of the P-40C engine… And the Corsair getting a clean:
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