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© John Dibbs

This Saturday see the MkVIII Spitfire fly at Aircraft Showcase. With the annual inspection underway on the Meteor the flying program has been altered slightly, the Boomerang, Hudson and T-28 Trojan will join the Spitfire in the flying program. Come early to see the feature film on the big screen in the Display Hangar and stay after the flying to have a closer look at the meteor annual inspection during the Engineering Tour. Photo provided by Gavin Conroy.

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Spitfire PR XIX PS890 - Flying Legends 2011

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Spitfire that survived WWII is broken down to be transported from MOSI to RAF Museum in London

It may have survived the D-Day landings, but a World War Two plane was broken down into smaller pieces so it could be transported from the Museum of …

Photo by Hesja Air-Art Photography:

Air Cadets from 2427 Squadron, Biggin Hill, helping to keep Spitfire MK912 clean tonight. :)

.....also in Hangar 2 today, an engine has been taken apart.

© John Dibbs

It does spit fire.

Morning all! Can't believe it's Friday once again. This morning's image shows a very happy Parky as he dismounts from Spitfire Mk.LF.IXe following a test flight in November 2013. Stephen.

Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar’s D-Day Commemoration Plans

<b>Exactly 70 years on from D-Day, the Allied invasion of occupied Europe, two of Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar’s Spitfire Mk.IXs will be overflying the</b> …

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Supermarine Spitfires

Its almost 75 years since the day Bahrain donated a Spitfire to the British Government and the RAF to support the war effort and Britain in its hour of need. The aircraft (W3632), proudly flew with the "Bahrain" insignia painted on its fuselage. However, the aircraft never graced the skies over the country after which it was named. At this weekend's Bahrain International Air Show, Supermarine Spitfire "W3632" will get the chance to roll back the years and demonstrate the iconic sound and lines of this most famous of fighter aircraft. Sadly, the original W3632 is no longer with us but its part is being played by a similar aircraft of 1943 vintage. Belonging to the Aircraft Restoration Company of Duxford in the County of Essex, this two-seater version of the legendary Spitfire is flown by the vastly experienced war birds pilot John Romain and demonstrates the tangible link of friendship between the United Kingdom and Bahrain; a friendship that stretches back over many, many years.

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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (Official)

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1943 Supermarine Spitfire MK IX T9 - Hangar10 - Air Fighter Academy GmbH

Kommen Sie vorbei und steigen Sie für einen Augenblick in die Fußstapfen der ersten Piloten von den führenden Flugnationen. Lassen Sie sich von der …