Aeroplane Monthly 1992-07
D.Muscroft - Shuttleworth sunday
MiG-15 N15PE, a former People's Republic of China Navy aircraft, now based at The Air Museum, Chino, California.
Hawker Hunter GA.11 WV256 of the Royal Navy's Fleet Requirements and Direction Unit, RNAS Yeovilton.
The Fighter Collection's Hawker Hurricane 5711/G-HURI bounds into the air, en route for Duxford.
The Historic Aircraft Collection's Nieuport 28 making its presence heard in the hands of Stuart Goldspink - the fighter’s 160 h.p. Gnome rotary engine is extremely loud.
Gary Numan smokes into the blue in his North American Harvard IV G-CTKL, now painted in an attractive US Navy scheme.
Lockheed T-33A-1-LO G-TJET painted to represent USAF T-33 49-1007 and now based at Duxford.
North American/Canadair F-86 Sabre 6 serial 383 of 1 Squadron, South African Air Force.
British Aerospace’s D.H.60 Moth G-EBLV looking resplendent after a major facelift by the Shuttleworth Collection. The world’s oldest airworthy Moth is seen in the hands of BAe test pilot Peter Tait.
Stuart Waring shows off the Shuttleworth Avro Tutor.
Percival P.56 Provost T.1 XF597 leaps off Old Warden’s turf. One half of the Provost Pair, XF597/G-BKFW is painted in its original RAF College livery and is normally flown by owner Alan House - hence the code letters. House acquired this Provost for use as spares in 1986, but the demise of Provosts G-AWRY and G-BKOS necessitated restoring ’KW to airworthy status.