This has been both a nail-biting and and exciting week for the Vulcan XH558’s team as they watched the funding gauges accelerate towards the targets that will allow XH558 to be prepared for flight once […]
Thursday 18th October 2007 was the date when aviation history was made, the first successful return to flight project of a complex ex-military aircraft under civilian regulations, supported fully by a willing public, so keen […]
We have recently reported that the Vulcan XH558 had to cancel the remaining flights this year due to the fuel tank issue. Now the management have turned the attention to securing the necessary funding to […]
Just an hour ago, the Vulcan to the Sky Trust announced that due to a leaking fuel tank, their Avro Vulcan, XH588 has been grounded for the remainder of the 2013 air show season.
Regular readers will know that The Vulcan team has been undertaking preparatory work ahead of the main flying life extension project to ensure they can continue the more costly elements just as soon as funds are […]
Last week the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced that it would be easing restrictions on the operation of Vulcan to the Sky’s Avro Vulcan XH588, and henceforth the plane will be no longer be […]
The world’s sole remaining airworthy Avro Vulcan, “The Spirit of Great Britain” XH558 was reported to be in its last season of performing at air shows this year due to extensive work that would be […]
Today the Vulcan to the Sky Trust and the team behind The People’s Mosquito announced that they are in discussions to see how they can collaborate with a common aim of returning an iconic deHavilland Mosquito to […]