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Images Dated 8th June 2021

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Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C.1 G-BDCV Featured 8 Jun 2021 Print

Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C.1 G-BDCV

Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy C.1 G-BDCV Hamilcar (ex Royal Air Force XP412), of Air Bridge Carriers, with Partenavia P.68B Victor G-BCFM, at East Midlands Airport, with an AW650 Argosy (civil version) in storage in the background. Date: circa 1975

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Heinkel He162A-2 Red 2 Featured 8 Jun 2021 Print

Heinkel He162A-2 Red 2

Heinkel He162A-2 Red 2 (Werknummer 120227 / Air Min 65 / VN679 / 8472M). One of eleven He 162s captured and delivered to the Royal Aircraft Establishment. Remaining un-flown in the UK, it passed through several museum collections before being displayed at the RAF Museum Hendon. Date: circa 1960

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Sud-Aviation SA.321 Super Frelon F-ZWWE Featured 8 Jun 2021 Print

Sud-Aviation SA.321 Super Frelon F-ZWWE

Sud-Aviation SA.3210-01 Super Frelon F-ZWWE (msn 01, call-sign E'), the first prototype of the Super Frelon on display at the Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace du Bourget. F-ZWWE first flew on 7 December 1962, powered by three 985kW Turmo IIIG-2 engines, representing the troop transport version. With a modified fuselage and small skid landing gear, F-ZWWE set three speed records in July 1963: 341.23km/h over 3km; 350.47km/h over 15/25km (unbeaten until 1967); 334.28km/h over 100km. Date: circa 1967

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans