Vulcan Flies At Airshow For First Time Since 1992

The last Vulcan in an airworty condition has returned to the British airshow circuit by displaying at RAF Waddington at the weekend (5th – 6th July).

Not only did the crowd see the Vulcan displaying in a wonderful return solo flight, but it also took to the skies with the only airworthy Lancaster World War II bomber, as a tribute to Avro aircraft and a feast for the eyes for all who attended the event.

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3 Responses to “Vulcan Flies At Airshow For First Time Since 1992”

  1. Vulcan Flies At Airshow For First Time Since 1992 Says:

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  2. Richard Simmons Says:

    Have a look at these SHE DID FLY AT COSFORD this year

    Also look at http://www.vulcantothe sky.co.uk!!

    Absolutly brilliant flying weather an

    WAY YO GO MARTYN!!

  3. Richard Simmons Says:

    Sorry vulcantothesky.blogspot.com!!!

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