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Shuttleworth Collection G-BKTH letadlo na Old Warden fotografie

Shuttleworth Collection G-BKTH letadlo na Old Warden fotografie

The Shuttleworth Collection's Hawker Hind G-AENP / K5414 displaying at Old Warden.

The Shuttleworth Collection's Hawker Hind G-AENP / K5414 displaying at Old Warden.

Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk1B G-BKTH / Z7015/7-L (cn CCF/41H/4013) Seen at the Shuttleworth Collection season finale, two of the Collections aircraft the Sea Hurricane and the Lysander G-AZWT

Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk1B G-BKTH / Z7015/7-L (cn CCF/41H/4013) Seen at the Shuttleworth Collection season finale, two of the Collections aircraft the Sea Hurricane and the Lysander G-AZWT

Rare Battle of Britain survivor Hawker Hurricane Mk 1 R4118 flies above Old Warden Airfield after recently being confirmed as staying in UK.   R4118 flew 49 operational sorties during the Battle of Britain, shooting down five enemy aircraft. Now on display with the Shuttleworth collection, this aircraft is now considered as the most historic British aircraft to survive in airworthy condition from WWII.

Rare Battle of Britain survivor Hawker Hurricane Mk 1 R4118 flies above Old Warden Airfield after recently being confirmed as staying in UK. R4118 flew 49 operational sorties during the Battle of Britain, shooting down five enemy aircraft. Now on display with the Shuttleworth collection, this aircraft is now considered as the most historic British aircraft to survive in airworthy condition from WWII.

Shuttleworth Collection's rare bird, & lesser known version of the Hawker Hurricane fighter, the Sea Hurricane. Hardened gear & wing attachments,& stronger tail,for both escort carrier ops & catapult launch from merchant convoy ships (Camships). The Camship pilots were expected to ditch near a convoy ship after expending it's fuel or attempt to reach land, as no chance of landing back on.© Huw Hopkins - Global Aviation Resource

Shuttleworth Collection's rare bird, & lesser known version of the Hawker Hurricane fighter, the Sea Hurricane. Hardened gear & wing attachments,& stronger tail,for both escort carrier ops & catapult launch from merchant convoy ships (Camships). The Camship pilots were expected to ditch near a convoy ship after expending it's fuel or attempt to reach land, as no chance of landing back on.© Huw Hopkins - Global Aviation Resource

Shuttleworth Collection Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk1b.The Hawker Sea Hurricane was the sea-launched version of the legendary Hawker Hurricane.The main changes that were made to the Hurricanes to enable them to be used at sea were around those areas in the frame that were put under a great deal more stress as a result of catapult launches and arrester-hook landings. The extra strengthening of the aircraft increased its weight by 150lbs.This impacted its maximum speed, which was reduced to 280mph.

Shuttleworth Collection Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk1b.The Hawker Sea Hurricane was the sea-launched version of the legendary Hawker Hurricane.The main changes that were made to the Hurricanes to enable them to be used at sea were around those areas in the frame that were put under a great deal more stress as a result of catapult launches and arrester-hook landings. The extra strengthening of the aircraft increased its weight by 150lbs.This impacted its maximum speed, which was reduced to 280mph.

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