Duxford Diary 2020

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Despite IWM closure, the airfield was still operating with DAs (G-XXTR & F-GXDB) and Spitfire flights (G-CCCA), amongst other movements.

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It was a Hurricane day, today, with V7497 and R4118 both airborne. There were further display practices from Extra G-XXTR and CAP 232 F-GXDB and a visiting Harvard.

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The wine of contemporary aerobatics had gone, today, but there were more pleasant sounds provided by Hurricane R4118 and The Millers' Rapide, G-AGJG. Not sure that the sound of Harvard G-CIUW/FE511, presumably conveying the Hurricane's owner, came into the pleasant category!

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Tuesday 24th March

Only movements noted were 2 Wattisham Apaches for training and Harvard G-BDAM.

Wednesday 25th March

Rapide G-AIYR arrived from Clacton and a lone Spitfire was airborne.

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'Sunset over AirSpace' - this caption could have a rather deeper symbolic significance........

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