Something you don't see every day. You can see the huge toolbox and all the equipment needed by the engineers to carry out some structural repairs on the Catalina. There is a huge amount of man ho... (more)
Operated by the United States Air Force from 1956 until retired and presented to the museum in 1992 to represent the type as flown at nearby RAF Alconbury. This aircraft had been converted to a 2 ... (more)
From DAS: This aircraft is a pre production version of Concorde and has the distinction of having flown the fastest of any Concorde during the flight trials in which it was involved.
Delta Novemb... (more)
Info from DAS: G-ASGC was built at Weybridge as the third of 17 Super VC10s ordered by BOAC in addition to its 12 Standard VC10s. ‘GCs first flight on 1st January 1965 was a short one to the nearb... (more)
Info from DAS: ‘VT was the last of BOAC’s Britannia 312 fleet to be delivered, arriving at Heathrow on 1st January 1959 after having its cabin furnishings and seats installed by Marshalls at Cambr... (more)
Info from DAS: The Avro York was a long-range transport that was designed to use the same wings, engines, undercarriage, and tail unit (with a third fin added) as the Lancaster bomber. ‘TK was bui... (more)