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Seventy years ago, Britain led the world in aircraft design. The Avro Vulcan is the iconic example from that era of aerospace engineering at its world-beating best. Its impressive list of technical innovations includes being the first successful large delta wing aircraft. The Vulcan delivered performance and agility much closer to a jet fighter’s than a bomber’s.



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Vulcan XH558 Engineering and Events Update – April 2022

On Sunday 10 April, we welcomed visitors to the first engine ground-run of 2022 – Feel The Howl! A short journey by coach took visitors from the meeting point, through airport security and on to the airfield where XH558 is parked. Our guests were able to watch the ground crew prepare the aircraft for her…

Get up to Speed with STEM

Get up to Speed with STEM is a free event, led by The Work-wise Foundation, which aims to showcase STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) related careers to young people and offers the opportunity for businesses from across the country to engage with the next generation and each other. The…

Vulcan XH558 Inspiring Future Generations

Doncaster UTC On Thursday 3 March, we welcomed engineering students from Doncaster UTC to visit the iconic Vulcan XH558 on the airfield at DSA. The students have been reinventing the wing of the RAF’s longest-serving Avro Vulcan, XH558, under a partnership with the Trust. The visit was part of the employer-led engineering project.…

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Ramblings from the AEO’s Panel – Part 2

Barry Masefield was the Air Electronics Officer (AEO) for Vulcan XH558 and had flown in this iconic aircraft for over 30 years, also being a key member of the Vulcan Display Flight (VDF), the RAF Unit which memorably flew the aircraft on the…

The Home of the V-bomber – RAF Finningley

Header image | source: globalaviationresource.com For the first few years after her return to flight in 2007, Vulcan XH558 operated from a number of bases including Bruntingthorpe, RAF Waddington, RAF Brize Norton and RAF Lyneham. Bruntingthorpe, where her restoration took…

Her Majesty the Queen and the Avro Vulcan’s Platinum Jubilee

On 6 February 1952, while in Kenya with her husband Prince Phillip, Princess Elizabeth was given news of the death of her father King George VI and was proclaimed Queen Elizabeth II. This year sees the 70th year on the…

1970 – 1982 – Tactical Roles

Following the transfer of the strategic deterrent role to the Royal Navy’s Polaris fleet, on 30th June 1969, the RAF maintained three nuclear-capable Vulcan wings with different weaponry, and accordingly different standard of aircraft. The Scampton Vulcans were designated B…

The Falklands War 1982: The Build-up to Operation Black Buck

On 2 April 1982, Argentina invaded and occupied the Falkland Islands. It was the beginning of a ten-week conflict that ended with the Argentines surrendering on 14 June and the islands returning back to British control.  On a rare weekend…

Britain’s Nuclear Deterrent Development – Part Four

On 8 May 1945, Winston Churchill announced German armed forces had surrendered unconditionally. But, the World War had not completely ended. In his speech announcing VE Day Churchill spoke of Japan, saying “We may allow ourselves a brief period of…

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The Vulcan and Canberra have a rich history to explore and learn from. From the V-Force, to high altitude records being broken. Here, we uncover the bits you may not know about your favourite aircraft.

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The story started with the world’s most ambitious and complex technical restoration project, an award-winning aspiration to return one of the world’s most iconic aircraft to the skies, Vulcan XH558. Now, after meeting all the objectives, delighting more than two million people every year and inspiring new generations of young people, Vulcan to the Sky Trust is entering an exciting new phase of the narrative.

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