On the 29th April 2023, the Classic British Jets Collection re-opened their doors at their Buntingthrope base for the first time this side of the pandemic. Dave Thomas and the team kindly invited me up to chat with the team and see jet fuel turned into sweet, sweet noise.
The aircraft that you will hear, in the order they pop up in the podcast, are:
★English Electric Canberra B(I)-8 WT333
★De Havilland Venom FB.50 WR470
★Hawker Hunter GA.11 WT806
★Gloster Meteor NF.11 WM167
The day was great fun and I hope this quick visit is an easier listen than last week!
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