Dutch Hawker Hunter Foundation ends operations

The Dutch Hawker Hunter Foundation (DHHF) has announced it will close down its operations and divest its Hawker Hunter T.68 G-EHLW (marked as ‘N-322’).

Back in July 2022, G-EHLW was flown from Altenrhein, Switzerland to Horizon Aircraft Services (HAS) at St Athan, Wales on a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Permit to Test and Ferry after thorough maintenance and CAA inspections.

A DHHF statement said: “We were confident that after minor adaptations and modifications the CAA would grant a full Permit to Fly, and that our new Hunter would arrive at Leeuwarden Air Base at the end of summer [2022].”


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