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Survivor 'N-322' (J-4205, HB-RVP)

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T.68 N-322 - Dutch Hawker Hunter Foundation (flyer), Altenrhein, Switzerland

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Hunter T.68 N-322 at Altenrhein, 18th January 2021; Dutch Hawker Hunter Foundation

J-4205 served with 24 Squadron in both training and ECM roles. After retirement and being returned to the air on the airshow circuit, she was often be seen in company with 'J-4015' (J-4040) carrying out a neat double act with the single seater - the pilots really know how to show them off. She was also available for passenger flights.

In 2021, the Dutch Hawker Hunter Foundation acquired her and had her repainted as 'N-322', so that they can once again operate a twin seat Hunter. Their previous one, 'N-321', has been grounded by insurmountable technical difficulties. Due to the pandemic, delivery of N-322 to Leeuwarden is not expected until summer 2021.

Information on this page current as of 18/01/2021

Find other photos of N-322 on the following sites:

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