Another Hunter departs our shores (or not!)

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Another Hunter departs our shores (or not!)

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Looks like G-FFOX has a new owner in Sweden:

http://omflygplan.wordpress.com/2014/05 ... lygmuseum/

According to G-INFO, Jan Andersson is a trustee of the G-FFOX group.

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I thought it was just out there for an airshow and was then coming back again, its currently down to fly at Waddo this year.
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Hmm. The line

A few hours ago it arrived to Västerås, the latest addition in the Swedish Warbirds fleet - a black Hawker Hunter T.7A. During the evening leveransflögs it from England to the new owner Jan Andersson along with Briton Chris Heames.


made me think otherwise!

I'm sure somebody on here will know!

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Just asked on the Hunter Flight Facebook page and this was the response I got..

Jan has purchased a large share in the aircraft, however it will be coming back in to the UK for Waddington, and will still be based at Cranfield


So good news!

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Cheers - good news indeed!

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