Flying Legends - new beginnings

After a three-year hiatus Flying Legends roared back onto the airshow scene at a new venue. Tom Allett reports from Leeds East Airport, the former RAF Church Fenton

It’s back! Flying Legends, the best warbird airshow in Europe, rejoined the show circuit on July 15/16 after a three-year interruption. I should start by admitting I am unashamedly a fan of this prop-powered aerial extravaganza. It was a highlight of the Duxford summer for 26 years, but could even such a well-established and prestigious event simply ‘up sticks’ and relocate 150 miles?


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