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GR.3A XX737 - Pima Air & Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Jaguar GR.3A XX737 at Everett Aero, 3rd November 2008; Richard E Flagg

XX737 first flew on 27th August 1974 and was transferred to the Indian Air Force in 1980 as JI-015 and then returned to the RAF as XX737 in 1982.

The aircraft retired to Shawbury for storage on 23th March 1983 and was then moved to St Athan at the end of 2005 for spares recovery. In the late summer of 2006, XX737 was sold to Everett Aero and got road moved to Bentwaters Airfield for storage. The aircraft was then sold and exported to Honeywell, Arizona, USA sometime in 2008.

After spending several years at Honeywell alongside Jaguar XX150, both were sold and road moved to the Pima Air & Space Museum on the 14th October 2021. Both XX737 and XX150 are planned to be restored at the museum and will later join Pima's other Jaguar XZ396 on static display.

Information on this page current as of 19/10/2021, last updated by Jake

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