Arab Jet Provost, Sub Hunters, a Heron and more!

Arab Jet Provost, Sub Hunters, a Heron and more!

Postby CameronSys on Sat 02 Dec 2017, 9:35 pm

Hey,

A mixed bag of vintage types from a thoroughly enjoyable day today, starting at Nottingham and ending back at my home airport, Coventry! Some real rarities including the Jersey Airlines Heron and the Twin Pin!

Firstly, Swords Aviation superb Jet Provost T.52!
1. ImageBAC Jet Provost T.52 '103' G-PROV by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

2. ImageBAC Jet Provost T.52 '103' G-PROV by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

3. ImageBAC Jet Provost T.52 '103' G-PROV by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

4. ImageBAC Jet Provost T.52 '103' G-PROV by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

Then back home to Coventry for the Shackleton Dusk runs, it was great to see her running on all four again!
5. ImageAvro S Shackleton MR2 WR963 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

6. ImageAvro Shackleton MR2 WR963 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

7. ImageDe Havilland Heron G-AORG by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

8. ImageScottish Aviation Twin Pioneer G-APRS by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

And Vampire T.11 WZ507 of Vampire Preservation Group in the final stages of maintenance at Coventry. Thought to be the only flying Vampire T.11 in the Northern Hemisphere, and being the first single-engine jet type to serve with the Royal Air Force, it will be great to see flying again during 2018, particularly so being RAF100..
9. ImageDe Havilland Vampire T.11 WZ507 / G-VTII by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

10. ImageDe Havilland Vampire T.11 WZ507 / G-VTII by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

Cheers and thanks for looking!
Cameron
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Re: Arab Jet Provost, Sub Hunters, a Heron and more!

Postby Ian G on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 4:19 pm

What has happened to the Twin Pin?! :hide:
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Re: Arab Jet Provost, Sub Hunters, a Heron and more!

Postby rob68 on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 10:44 pm

They were removing the engines Saturday, overheard that it and DC6 dinner "has gone" whatever that means
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Re: Arab Jet Provost, Sub Hunters, a Heron and more!

Postby Daz on Mon 04 Dec 2017, 1:28 pm

rob68 wrote:They were removing the engines Saturday, overheard that it and DC6 dinner "has gone" whatever that means


Probably means they're going for scrapping
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Re: Arab Jet Provost, Sub Hunters, a Heron and more!

Postby cg_341 on Mon 04 Dec 2017, 1:34 pm

The Twin Pin was sold to Ireland wasn't it?
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