A three-ship Lysander formation seemed unthinkable, but it happened in 1998 thanks to the Aircraft Restoration Company, Shuttleworth and the Sabena Old Timers.


The inaugural Flying Legends opens Duxford’s season on May Day Bank Holiday Monday. TFC’s ‘new’ FM-2 Wildcat is a star debut item; the show is closed with an RAF 75th anniversary formation of appropriate warbirds.

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