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Hawker Hurricane Flies Again.

Today is a very special day in Australian Aviation History. Ross Pay and the team from Vintage Fighter Restorations completed the maiden flight of the Hawker Hurricane after a complete restoration. A massive congratulations to the team. ASO was privileged to be a part of this history but for now all we need to see are the photos.

Team photo
Team photo
Towing the Hurricane back
Towing the Hurricane back
Rolling
Rolling

 

Nice pass
Nice pass

 

Flypast
Flypast

 

more to come soon. Mark .

11 comments

    1. Hi Alfred, yes this is the Canadian built MK.XII I have to say it looks like it came straight off the production line.

    1. I’m sorry the place the Hurricane is stored is not a Museum but they are looking at a public open day which we will give you details as soon as we know-Mark

  1. What a beautiful looking restoration guys.I hope your MkIX Spitfire MH415 is coming on nicely.Are you aware that she was flown by 129 Sqn commander SqnLdr Gonay,coded DV.G with G in front of roundel both sides of fuselage.If I get back to Oz sometime would love to come see you folks.

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