AIRCRAFT
Kittyhawk

The P-40 Kittyhawk was the last in a long line of ‘Hawk’ ‘Pursuit’ aircraft built by the Curtiss Aircraft Corporation, a Company which can trace its heritage to Glenn Curtiss, who along with the Wright Brothers was one of the American Pioneers of Aviation.

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HARVARD

During World War II the Harvard was the advanced trainer pilots had to master before progressing onto frontline fighters. It served this role in the Commonwealth and United States Forces, thereby becoming one of the unsung heroes of this era.

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SPITFIRE

The Spitfire is the iconic British aircraft of World War II. Its origins can be traced to the Schneider Trophy air races of 1930’s where it was conceived as the Supermarine S.6B . This successful racing aircraft was the basis for the development of the Type 300 experimental fighter which flew for the first time on 5th March 1936.

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