This would usually be part of the Online Fighter Log update available to Friends of TFC- it answers a lot of “which aircraft was where and when this week end” type questions so here you go: A busy weekend in May…. The Hawk75 and Gladiator made our first European outing of the 2015 season with Stephen and Patrice at the …
The busy week continues: Yesterday the Bearcat returned from an extended break in France, the TF=51 has nearly completed engine tests after arriving on the G-register, the P-40F was out on line for an engine check while highlight of today was the Nimrod up for a test flight with Mr Goldspink.
Sunday 22nd June and a busy day in the hangar and on the airfield. A full post today with both video record and photos of the days activity: …and now the photos of the action -first a display by Spitfire MkVb EP120 and then the first flight this year of the Curtiss P-40F. Note: we also had a practice with …
TFC engineer photocall: All the TFC engineering team were involved in an engine run for the P40-F today – the shy ones are on the other side…
Sunday 29th Sept Update. All Fighter Logs have been despatched across the world so you have either received or are due to receive your copy. Today the P40-f had a test flight while other aircraft are being readied for next year or the October airshow. The following video covers the sounds from day and a visit to the hangar: TFC-P40-F
That is it, the two P-40’s have arrived at Goodwood for the weekend. Picture below of the P40-F returning from an air test yesterday.
Friday and both Bearcat and Gladiator have successful test flights today at the hands of PK. Picture below caught the P40-F and Spitfire Mk Vb out for engine runs, possibly more important is that sky!
Successful engine tests on P40-F and Bearcat 🙂 Test flights in the queue, awaiting pilot etc. From Sunday we hope to have daily updates here.
An early start with the Mk XIV departing for Holland and the P40-F was up and about for a couple of practice displays:
P-40F is having engine test today in preparation for the display this week end. That is “Dutch Bob” watching, our current College work experience guy.
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