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Survivor G-BNCX (XL621)

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G-BNCX - Privately owned, Dunsfold Aerodrome, Surrey

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Hunter T.7 G-BNCX at Dunsfold, 7th July 2007; Allen Watkin

In superb condition is XL621, on display at Dunsfold. First flown on 9th January 1959, she served with the Gutersloh and Jever Station Flights, 4 FTS and the ETPS. On disposal she was bought by Lovaux at Hurn and was being worked on to return her to the air hence the G-BNCX registration. Sadly the plan fell through, the company was bought out and John Hallett bought her and put her on display at Brooklands; with John's passing she has since moved to Dunsfold and is now on display there.

Information on this page current as of 19/10/2008

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