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Survivor N325AX (ex 'J-2001', 'J-2000', F-AZHS, J-4095)

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T.68C N325AX - Lortie Aviation (flyer), Quebec, Canada

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Hunter T.68C N325AX at Kemble, 22nd July 2001; Damien Burke

Built as an F.58 and first flown on 25th January 1960 by Don Lucey and delivered to the Swiss Air Force on 10th March 1960. Upon retirement she was operated for a while by Association Varoise des Avions de Collection in France, marked up as 'J-2000' and called the "Millenium Hunter" for obvious reasons - and upgraded to 'J-2001' in 2001!

She was then bought by Hunter Aviation (formerly Northern Lights Combat Air Support) and then Lortie Aviation to be operated on defence simulation and trials work in a wraparound dark and light grey camouflage scheme, and with a nose job - she's been given a two seater nose from T.8C XF358, which I reckon makes her a T.68C now!

She may not be found in the USA or Canada necessarily, having been seen operating in both Europe and Japan.

Information on this page current as of 10/01/2021

Find other photos of N325AX on the following sites:

Air-Britain - Airliners.net - Airplane-Pictures.net - flickr.com - WorldAirPics.com - JetPhotos.net - PlanePictures.net