Historic Aircraft Unveiled At Yorkshire Air Museum



From ITV Calendar News.


An historic aircraft has been rolled out for public viewing at the Yorkshire Air Museum.

The newly-repainted Blackburn Buccaneer was built in Brough in East Yorkshire. It first flew on 5th June 1964, from Holme-on-Spalding Moor near York, and in 1965 it became the first Fleet Air Arm aircraft to fly the transatlantic route non-stop and un-refuelled from Goose Green to Lossiemouth.

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