We’ll be there with Muttley and the crew. Will you

We’ll be there with Muttley and the crew. Will you? Step back in time and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the WWII era at this year’s Air Show. It will feature wonderfully maintained vintage vehicles and some superb examples of iconic aircraft of the era, all surrounded by period re-enactors. Try a…

Hello all, ground control here. There will be a sm

Hello all, ground control here. There will be a small delay for the flypast at Bakewell today as we are having to swap Patsy for Muttley. We are aiming for Paul and Pete to be with us in the next hour or so. 🤞✈️ Source

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25 March 1941 25 March 1941 Pilot Officer Walter Sinclair Kennedy (84999) of No.47 Squadron RAF Detachment inspects the damage to his Vickers Wellesley Mk.I, (K7715) ‘KU-H’, at Agordat, Eritrea, after he was attacked by two Italian Fiat CR 42s while on a bombing attack on a selected target in the Keren area. His wireless…

25 March 1941

25 March 1941 Pilot Officer Walter Sinclair Kennedy (84999) of No.47 Squadron RAF Detachment inspects the damage to his Vickers Wellesley Mk.I, (K7715) ‘KU-H’, at Agordat, Eritrea, after he was attacked by two Italian Fiat CR 42s while on a bombing attack on a selected target in the Keren area. His wireless operator/air gunner, Sergeant…

Great Britain’s aerobatic squad in training over skies of Cambridgeshire

Well done guys Great Britain’s aerobatic squad in training over skies of Cambridgeshire Some of the best pilots in the world at aerobatic flying have been in training over the skies of Cambridgeshire. The Great Britain aerobatic team are preparing to head to the Czech Republic in July for the World Championships. Source

64 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes, and 5 seconds. That

64 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes, and 5 seconds. That is how long the Cessna 172 flew without landing from December 1958 to February 1959. The two pilots refueled from a truck and slept in shifts on a single mattress. Today, N9172B is back in Las Vegas. The 1958 Cessna 172 that holds the world…