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Survivor XF967 (G-BZRI)

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T.8B XF967 - Mike Beachy Head (potentially airworthy, for sale), Thunder City, Cape Town Airport, South Africa

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Hunter T.8B XF967 at Thunder City, 31st October 2012; Francis Wallace

XF967 Built as a Hunter F4 at Blackpool (23rd F4 of the sixth production
batch of 57 aircraft). First flown April 1956 and delivered to the RAF at No
5 MU Kemble on 1 May 1956. Operated by No 3 Squadron coded Z. Returned to
Hawker Siddeley Aviation in 1963 and converted to Hunter T8B, (one of three)
for the Royal Navy. Transferred to the RAF and flown by No 237 Operational
Conversion Unit for Buccaneer pilot training. Apparently all Thunder City airframes are up for sale.

Information on this page current as of 03/12/2020

Find other photos of XF967 on the following sites:

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