Another example of the Hawker fighter has been grounded — and only one other may fly again as Swiss classic jet scene dwindles
On Saturday, 16th September, Bruntingthorpe Cold War Jets Collection once again opened its doors to the general public, for a day of close-quarters aviation action
Following the success of their April event, the Bruntingthorpe Cold War Jets Museum in Leicestershire is to host another special day in September
With July 20, 2023 marking the 72nd anniversary of the first flight of Hawker’s elegant Hunter as the P.1067, we dedicate this weeks quiz to a type that has been followed by the adage “If it looks right, it flies right” for as long as it has graced the skies…
To commemorate the Hawker Hunter’s 25 years in service, the September 1976 issue of Aeroplane Monthly offered a portfolio of classic Hunter pictures, and Sqn Ldr Neville Duke recalled some of the problems encountered and over-come during the flight testing of the first of the breed, the P.1067 WB188.
When Fighter Command needed a new aircraft, piece of equipment or tactic evaluating, it turned to its in-house experts at the Central Fighter Establishment. A former CFE pilot recalled his tour with this unit
The chance to see, hear and feel not one, but two iconic jets running under their own power on a UK airfield doesn’t come along often. However, when FlyPast visited the Classic British Jets Collection for a feature in the February, 2023 issue, that’s precisely what happened…