Preserved at the Midland Air Museum.
Midland Air Museum.
"Luftwaffenmuseum der Bundeswehr Berlin-Gatow"
Actually WV828, this former Royal Navy Sea Hawk is painted in Dutch colours
ex-WV828 disguised as Sea Hawk FGA.50 118.
The Hawker Sea Hawk entered service with the Indian Naval Air Arm on 22 January 1960. Sea Hawks were used aboard the aircraft carrier INS Vikrant and saw service during the 1965 and 1971 Indo-Pak ... (more)
Actually XE489, but marked as XE364 in UK Royal Navy colours, civil registered G-JETH. A confusing Hawker Sea Hawk at Gatwick Aviation Museum.