Vulcan to the Sky is returning the last airworthy Avro Vulcan to flight in a unique ï¿½4million project based at Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire, UK. Funded by public donation and a ï¿½2.7million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, first flight is planned for later in 2006.
These webcams show work actually progressing on the aircraft in the hangar, and are provided courtesy of the Vulcan to the Sky Club. You won’t see anything like this anywhere else!
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I spent many years flying Canberras. I tried to get onto Vulcans, but unfortunately never made it. This is one of my greatest regrets.
I retired many years ago and now live in Australia and don't do any fly at all.
Roger Green, 08 02 2010
In 1967 or 68 whilst at RAF Leeming then a MAF I saw a Vulcan go vertical at the end of the runway, I was behind it at the CADF installation, I sight I will never forget and the ground trembled !
Mike Blackburn, 12 01 2009
Good luck to all involved. I shall never for the magnificent sight of the Vulcan at the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch late 80s. I hope it won't be too long before I see her again.