2015 Prestwick air show will be last chance to see the Vulcan fly
Britain’s last remaining flying V bomber, the Avro Vulcan, will be making it’s farewell visit to Scotland at the 2015 Scottish Airshow on 5th and 6th September.
As seen last year (2014):
For those not aware, XH558 returned to the air a few years ago, but was always on borrowed time as its components were nearing the end of their rated lives, and once reached, there were no new parts or spares left that would be airworthy, so the aircraft’s flying days were always numbered.
September 5th and 6th really are the last days to ever see this aircraft in Scottish skies.
The organisers of the Scottish Airshow have secured this unique aircraft and it will fly at beach front Ayr on Saturday 5th September then land at Glasgow Prestwick Airport. It will be the highlight of the Sunday Aircraft Exhibition where members of the public will be able to see it for one last time and even get up close to take photographs or talk to the flight crew.
Check here for any updates or changes closer to the event:
See also the Vulcan’s own web site for other opportunities if you are travelling around the country:
Click on the image below to see a gallery of Vulcan images from over the years, assembled by those nice people at Gizmodo:
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