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Aircraft

Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | R22 Beta Helicopter

R22 Beta Helicopter

The Robinson R22 Beta II is flown throughout the world for many applications, ranging from flight training to livestock mustering to patrolling pipelines that require dependability, low operating costs, and performance.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | R22 Beta Helicopter

R22 Beta Helicopter

The Robinson R22 Beta II is flown throughout the world for many applications, ranging from flight training to livestock mustering to patrolling pipelines that require dependability, low operating costs, and performance.
Chris Day | Nanchang CJ6 fighter

Nanchang CJ6 fighter

They have a top speed of 370kmh are are powered by 285-330hp, supercharged engines. They are capable withstanding +6 and -4 G. The aircraft is part of China's military training and several air forces have used them for counter insurgency and ground attack missions.
Chris Day | BBMF Dakota

BBMF Dakota

BBMF Dakota on its way to fly past the Polish War Memorial in Northolt where a service was being held to remember 303 Polish Squadron and commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the unveiling of the memorial and the centenary of Polish Independence.
Chris Day | United States Marine Corps Super Hercules

United States Marine Corps Super Hercules

United States Marine Corps Lockheed KC-130J Super Hercules 167112/BH-7112 flying out of RAF Northolt
Chris Day | Spitfire Mk IXB

Spitfire Mk IXB

Perhaps the most famous of all Spitfires still flying today, MH434 was built in 1943 at Vickers, Castle Bromwich. This Spitfire is completely original, and has never been fully rebuilt. It was flown in combat by South African pilot Flt Lt Henry Lardner-Burke, DFC (1916-1970), seven and a half kills, three damaged, retiring as a Wing Commander.
Chris Day | Paraglider

Paraglider

Paraglider at Southbourne Cliffs in Dorset
Chris Day | Paraglider

Paraglider

Paraglider at Southbourne Cliffs in Dorset
Chris Day | Paraglider

Paraglider

Paraglider coming in to land at Little Gransden airfield
Chris Day | Aerotek Pitts S-2

Aerotek Pitts S-2

Aerotek Pitts S-2, Special built in 1980. This one is nicknamed the wasp.
Chris Day | Hawker Hurricane V7497

Hawker Hurricane V7497

V7497 is a Hurricane Mk 1, manufactured in August 1940 by Hawker Aircraft Ltd at Kingston. And was operational at the very height of the Battle of Britain from Kenley, in East London, the aircraft was lost during an operational patrol on 28th September over Sutton in Kent. The remains were later excavated and then stored in a barn for several decades before Hawker Resorations Limited acquired them for restoration. The fully restored plane flew again on 30th August 2018. its home is now at Duxford.
Chris Day | Hawker Hurricane V7497

Hawker Hurricane V7497

V7497 is a Hurricane Mk 1, manufactured in August 1940 by Hawker Aircraft Ltd at Kingston. And was operational at the very height of the Battle of Britain from Kenley, in East London, the aircraft was lost during an operational patrol on 28th September over Sutton in Kent. The remains were later excavated and then stored in a barn for several decades before Hawker Resorations Limited acquired them for restoration. The fully restored plane flew again on 30th August 2018. its home is now at Duxford.
Chris Day | Hawker Hurricane V7497

Hawker Hurricane V7497

V7497 is a Hurricane Mk 1, manufactured in August 1940 by Hawker Aircraft Ltd at Kingston. And was operational at the very height of the Battle of Britain from Kenley, in East London, the aircraft was lost during an operational patrol on 28th September over Sutton in Kent. The remains were later excavated and then stored in a barn for several decades before Hawker Resorations Limited acquired them for restoration. The fully restored plane flew again on 30th August 2018. its home is now at Duxford.
Chris Day | Chipmunk T10 Display

Chipmunk T10 Display

DHC Chipmunk T10 display at Little Gransden 25th August 2019. The first aircraft designed and built by de Havilland Canada, the Chipmunk tandem two-seat trainer first flew in 1946. It was this class of aircraft that was used for basic flight training around the world.
Chris Day | Aerotek Pitts S-2

Aerotek Pitts S-2

Aerotek Pitts S-2, Special built in 1980. This one is nicknamed the wasp.
Chris Day |  Pitts Model 12

Pitts Model 12

The Pitts Model 12 is a high performance biplane designed by Curtis Pitts.
Chris Day | Hawker Hurricane V7497

Hawker Hurricane V7497

V7497 is a Hurricane Mk 1, manufactured in August 1940 by Hawker Aircraft Ltd at Kingston. And was operational at the very height of the Battle of Britain from Kenley, in East London, the aircraft was lost during an operational patrol on 28th September over Sutton in Kent. The remains were later excavated and then stored in a barn for several decades before Hawker Resorations Limited acquired them for restoration. The fully restored plane flew again on 30th August 2018. its home is now at Duxford.
Chris Day | P51D Mustang Miss Helen

P51D Mustang Miss Helen

P51D Mustang G-BIXL 44-472216 “Miss Helen”. Currently the only known genuine airworthy survivor of the 352nd Fighter Group, of nearly 500 P47, and P51 fighters. It can be regularly seen at airshows in the UK. The 352nd Fighter Group was popularly known during WW2 as “The Blue Nosed Bastards of Bodney” and one of the most famous and successful 8th Air Force Fighter Groups based in East Anglia. All other blue nose Mustangs that are airworthy around the world are not genuine 352nd machines.
Chris Day | Aeronca Model 7 Champion

Aeronca Model 7 Champion

The Aeronca Model 7 Champion, more commonly known as the Champ, is a single-engine, two-seat, fixed conventional gear airplane. Designed for flight training and personal use. Production began in the United States in 1945. This craft dates to 1946
Chris Day | Helicopter

Helicopter

1980 Bell Helicopter Textron BELL 206B
Chris Day | R44 Raven Helicopter

R44 Raven Helicopter

Robinson's R44 Raven Series Helicopters provide excellent reliability, responsive handling, and altitude performance, making the R44 the ideal helicopter for private, business, and utility applications. Taken at Denham Airfield west London where this particular craft is registered
Chris Day | Chipmunk T10 Display

Chipmunk T10 Display

DHC Chipmunk T10 display at Little Gransden 25th August 2019. The first aircraft designed and built by de Havilland Canada, the Chipmunk tandem two-seat trainer first flew in 1946. It was this class of aircraft that was used for basic flight training around the world.