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List of Aircraft On Display

  • Armstrong Whitworth Argosy AW.650 (series 101) G-APRL
  • Armstrong Whitworth Sea Hawk FGA.6 WV797
  • Armstrong Whitworth Whitley not known
    • Remains; fuselage section etc. - the only substantial Whitley remains in existence
  • Avro Vulcan B.2 XL360
    • Cockpit usually open for viewing
  • BAE Sea Harrier FA.2 ZE694
  • Blackburn Buccaneer S.2B XX899
  • Bristol Beaufighter,Possibly T5298
  • 8Cockpit section
  • Boulton Paul P.111A VT935
  • Crossley Tom Thumb BAPC.32
  • 8Stored, viewable by arrangement
  • Dassault Mystère IVA 70
  • de Havilland Dove 2 G-ALCU
    • painted as G-ALVD
  • de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2 XJ579
    • Nose section
  • de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2 XN685
  • de Havilland Vampire F.1 VF301
    • Only Mk.1 Vampire in the UK
  • de Havilland Vampire T.11 XD626
  • de Havilland Vampire T.11 XE855
    • Fuselage pod on display in Robin Hangar
  • de Havilland Canada U-6A Beaver 58-1062
  • Druine D.31 Turbulent BAPC.126
  • English Electric Canberra PR.3 WF922
    • Cockpit sometimes open for viewing; electrics & hydraulics live
  • English Electric Canberra T.17A WH646
    • Nose section, cockpit open for viewing
  • English Electric Lightning F.6 XR771
  • English Electric Lightning T.55 55-713
  • Fairey Gannet T.2 XA508
    • On loan from Fleet Air Arm Museum; only remaining Mk.2 Gannet in existence
  • Fairey Ultra Light G-APJJ
  • Flettner Fl 282V-10 28368
    • Partial aircraft; frame with rotor head and wheels
  • Folland Gnat F.1 XK741
    • Currently painted as GN-101, fuselage only with replica wings currently under construction
  • Gloster Javelin FAW.5 XA699
  • Gloster Meteor F.4 EE531
    • Second oldest Meteor in existence
  • Gloster Meteor F.8 VZ477
    • Nose section, cockpit open for viewing
  • Gloster Meteor NF.14 WS838
    • On loan from the Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford
  • Hawker Hunter F.6A XF382
    • On loan from the USAF Museum, cockpit often open for viewing; electrical system live
  • Hawker Siddeley 125 series 1 G-ARYB
    • Fuselage and partial port wing; former test bed
  • Humber Monoplane - Replica (BAPC.9)
  • Hunting-Percival Jet Provost T.3
    • Cockpit section (procedures trainer)
  • Kaman HH-43B Huskie 24535
    • Undergoing restoration, usually viewable; one of only two in the UK
  • Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 51-4419
    • On loan from the USAF Museum
  • Lockheed T-33A-1-LO 17473
    • On loan from the USAF Museum
  • Lockheed F-104G Starfighter R-756
    • On loan from the USAF Museum
  • McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo 60312
    • On loan from the USAF Museum
  • McDonnell F-101B-80-MC Voodoo 70270
    • On loan from the USAF Museum; nose, airfield fire crews rescue training aid (not viewable)
  • McDonnell F-4C-15-MC Phantom II 63-7414
    • On loan from USAF Museum; dismantled, spares use
  • McDonnell F-4C-11-MC Phantom II 37699
    • On loan from USAF Museum
  • Mignet HM.14 "Flying Flea" G-AEGV
  • Mil Mi-24 helicopter
  • Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21SPS "Fishbed" 959
  • North American F-86A Sabre 48-0242
    • On loan from Imperial War Museum, Duxford
  • North American F-100D-16-NA Super Sabre 54-1174
    • On loan from the USAF Museum
  • Parnall Pixie IIIa G-EBJG Stored, viewable by arrangement
  • Percival Prentice T.1 VS623
  • PZL TS-11 Iskra Unidentified
  • SAAB J29F Tunnan 29640
    • Only example in the UK
  • Scottish Aviation Beagle 206-1 G-ASWJ
    • Not at Museum; on loan to Brunel Technical College, Bristol
  • Slingsby Cadet TX.1 BGA.804
    • Stored; usually viewable
  • Sopwith Pup A7317 Replica (BAPC.179)
  • Vickers Viscount V.708 F-BGNR
    • Owned by the Midland Air Museum, currently on display but awaiting reassembly.
  • Westland Whirlwind Series 3 G-APWN
    • Sometimes open for viewing
  • Westland Whirlwind HAS.7 XK907
    • Storage area - remains of nose section, viewable by arrangement
  • Wheeler Slymph G-ABOI Stored, viewable by arrangement

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