P-47 now met up with the Hawk at La Ferte
Well, that isn’t strictly true. I was only there for twenty minutes – but the right twenty minutes as you can see:
Thursday 09 May and the doors are opened….
Rob managed to push the video button on his camera while snapping away, this is part 1 of his video experience, worth it for the audio alone…
In a corner of the hangar volunteers have been involved in a special restoration project. It is now 17 years since we lost Colin Dunwell and Chris Gardner in an accident while passengers flying in Confederate Air Force B-26 “Carolyn” in the US on 28th September 1995. Their families donated a bench placed in the
The Hawker Sea Fury T.20 is due to have a second flight of the day any time now, look out over South Cambridgeshire. Photos will hopefully follow later today.
We are back after a break after Flying Legends. Work continues in the hangar with the Hellcat being moved into the service area along with the Wildcat. TFC volunteers were busy today cleaning the aircraft and engineering checks were being carried out on the Spitfire Mk XIV. Thanks to Fred for allowing us to catch
Todays news The Hellcat now has wings unfolded in the Hangar!
Something to put in your diary: Flying Legends 2013 – 13th and 14 July