Seen having just arrived at Lashenden (Headcorn) Aerodrome (EGKH) returning from a display at Eastbourne Airshow on a warm August afternoon.
Seen parked at Lashenden (Headcorn) Aerodrome (EGKH) on a warm August evening.
Arriving at the Kent Aerodrome.
Built as a low level fighter-bomber, this Spitfire is today in the colours of ace Sqn Ldr Johnny Plagis of No 126 Squadron as she would have looked in Jult 1944.
Pictured taxing out for departure at Lasenden (Headcorn) Aerodrome (EGKH) on a chilly spring afternoon.
Seen parked at Lashenden Aerodrome (Headcorn) EGKH, preparing to depart into the warm summer skies.
Seen parked at Lashenden (Headcorn) EGKH on a warm summers afternoon.
This is the only true Battle of Britian Spit still flying. This Spit served with No 266 Squadron and later with the Auxiliary Air Force as part of No 603 Squadron. Today she is marked as Eric Lo... (more)
Departing the grass strip, Rwy 21 at the Kent Aerodrome.