Many thanks to the engineers at TFC for catching this bit of video from today – we thought you might enjoy seeing it as well:
The weather didn’t play ball yesterday -a crosswind at Duxford prevented the planned Harvard test flight. Better luck today with a successful engine test for our Gladiator Many thanks to Stuart at TFC for the photos
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First off the Harvard had a successful check on the newly fitted carburettor, next it awaits a pilot to do the check flight: Today, Weds the Gladiator was fuelled ready for an engine run up:
Michel Gerard caught up our Hawk 75 over La Ferte Alais with his camera in the back seat of P-51 Mustang Nooky Booky – he kindly sent us a (rather short) video clip to enjoy:
More pictures from Patrice. [slideshow_deploy id=’1335′] The Hawk from departure at Duxford, on display at the show yesterday and then tucked up at La Ferte Alaise seen along with the Baptiste family.
Pictures of Hawk 75 at Le Touquet yesterday and safely tucked up in hangar last night – photos with thanks to Patrice
Update on Hawk – By 13:08 Duxford time Pilot and Hawk were at Le Touquet and both are now at their final destination ready for this: Le Carrefour de l’Air.
From the flight line – Patrice readies for the flight to France in the Hawk 75 this morning after a local check flight:
On a somewhat Arctic Sunday a few volunteers and TFC staff were in at Hangar number 2, at the same time we were able to catch up on the latest news on aircraft in the hangar from Martin. First is that the Hawk successfully completed an air test in preparation for a flight to La Breguet towards the end of …