Blackburn Buccaneer

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The 'Bucc' stops here: inside stories of the RAF's last Buccaneer days

Thirty years on, we recall the final service days of the ‘last British bomber’

Yorkshire Air Museum gears up for Buccaneer Day

The Elvington-based attraction will mark 30 years since the classic jet retired from RAF service on Saturday, April 6

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The Blackburn Buccaneer: Red Flag’s low-level legend

Former Buccaneer squadron commander Graham Pitchfork describes the RAF’s extraordinary success during the early Red Flag exercises

Buccaneer group announces fast taxi day

A fast taxi demonstration will be the highlight of a special Buccaneer day at Cotswold Airport in March

Historic ‘Bucc’ heads indoors…

Having spent a considerable period out in the open, Blackburn Buccaneer S.2B XV168 has been moved undercover…

Tatenhill Buccaneer work continues

Work to return Blackburn Buccaneer S.2B XX900 to its former Exercise Red Flag 77-2 colours continues apace, with most of the two-tone sand and dark earth desert camouflage scheme now applied to the jet at it Tatenhill home near Burton-upon-Trent in the Midlands.

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Thunder City jets - the future

After many years lying dormant, a famous collection of Cold War-era jet aircraft is finally on the move

Yorkshire Buccaneer officially changes hands

Twenty-six years after it first arrived at the Yorkshire Air Museum, Blackburn Buccaneer S.2B XX901 has been officially adopted by the Elvington-based attraction

Long-nosed Canberra B.6 (mod) XH568 – one of the ‘raspberry ripple’ fleet on offer. All photos FlyPast – Duncan Cubitt Feature Premium

MoD Cold War Aircraft Sale

In 1993 the UK MoD held an auction to sell off some interesting aircraft types and not surprisingly there was plenty of interest from potential buyers, as detailed in the September issue of FlyPast

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FlyPast visits: Yorkshire Air Museum

Editor John Sootheran heads to Elvington in Yorkshire for his monthly fix of all things historic aviation