Shuttleworth Collection Airshows 2021

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Post by Flightline Uk » Wed Apr 28, 2021 2:12 pm

Another updated list for the Season Premiere:

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Supermarine Spitfire XVI (+1?)
Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina - Plane Sailing Catalina Operations
Hispano HA1112-M1L Buchon - Aircraft Resotration Company
North American Harvard IIb - Hurricane Heritage
Hawker Sea Fury T20 - NavyWings
Comper Swift - Shuttleworth
de Havilland Tiger Moth - Shuttleworth
de Havilland 88 Comet - Shuttleworth
de Havilland DH51 - Shuttleworth
Avro Tutor - Shuttleworth
Gloster Gladiator - Shuttleworth
de Havilland Chipmunk - Shuttleworth
Percival Provost - Shuttleworth
Supermarine Spitfire Vc - Shuttleworth
Miles Magister - Shuttleworth
Miles Hawk Speed Six - Shuttleworth
Westland Lysander - Shuttleworth
Avro 504K - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Camel - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Pup - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Triplane - Shuttleworth
Southern Martlet - Shuttleworth
Bristol M.1C - Shuttleworth
Bristol F.2B Fighter - Shuttleworth
English Electric Wren - Shuttleworth
Fauvel AV-36 Glider - Shuttleworth
Schneider SF38 EoN Primary - Shuttleworth
Blériot XI - Shuttleworth
Deperdussin - Shuttleworth
Blackburn Monoplane - Shuttleworth
Bristol Boxkite - Shuttleworth
Avro Triplane - Shuttleworth
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Post by Adam » Wed Apr 28, 2021 2:38 pm

I think we can probably strike the Sea Fury off the list, sounds like it's had an accident this afternoon. Hoping everybody's okay and the damage isn't too costly!

Edit - that's not flying again for many years, if at all. Bugger.
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Post by Flightline Uk » Fri May 07, 2021 1:50 pm

The Flying Festival (6th June) Participation has been released:
VISITING AIRCRAFT

British Aerospace Jetstream (Cranfield University)
Beagle Pup Prototype (Beagle Pup Prototype Club)
Hawker Hurricane I (Bygone Aviation)
Global Stars Display Team
de Havilland Rapide (Philip Meeson)

SHUTTLEWORTH COLLECTION AIRCRAFT

ANEC II
Hawker Cygnet
English Electric Wren
Westland Lysander
de Havilland Comet
Percival Mew Gull
Miles Hawk Speed Six
Kirby Kite
Comper Swift
Gloster Gladiator
Schneider SF38 (EoN Primary)
Southern Martlet
Percival Provost
Supermarine Spitfire Vc
Hawker Sea Hurricane
de Havilland Tiger Moth
de Havilland Chipmunk
Edwardians*: Bristol Boxkite, Bleriot XI, Blackburn Type D Monoplane, Avro Triplane, Deperdussin
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Post by Flightline Uk » Fri May 07, 2021 3:20 pm

Revised listing for the Spies and Intrigue Evening Drive-in (15th May)
Military Flying Displays

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Supermarine Spitfire
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - Hawker Hurricane I

Military Static Displays

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight - de Havilland Canada Chipmunk T10


Civilian Flying Displays

Westland Lysander III - Aircraft Restoration Company
Westland Lysander III - Shuttleworth
Taylorcraft Auster IV - Richard Ellingworth
Taylorcraft Auster AOP6 - Kevin Hale
Taylorcraft Auster T7 - Trevor Bailey
Taylorcraft Auster JN1 - Mark Miller
Spartan 7W Executive - Bob Morcom
Piper L4 Grasshopper - Matt Petit
Piper L4 Grasshopper - Tom Kattinger
Piper L4 Grasshopper - Tom Turner
Miles Magister - David Bramwell
ANEC II - Shuttleworth
Percival Provost - Shuttleworth
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk - Shuttleworth
de Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth - Shuttleworth
Miles Magister - Shuttleworth
Southern Martlet - Shuttleworth
Bristol M.1C - Shuttleworth
Bristol F.2B Fighter - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Camel - Shuttleworth
Supermarine Spitfire Vc - Shuttleworth
Gloster Gladiator - Shuttleworth
Polikarpov Po-2 - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Pup - Shuttleworth
Avro 504K - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Triplane - Shuttleworth
de Havilland DH88 Comet - Shuttleworth
Percival Mew Gull - Shuttleworth
Miles Hawk Speed Six - Shuttleworth
English Electric Wren - Shuttleworth
Deperdussin - Shuttleworth
Bristol Boxkite - Shuttleworth
Avro Triplane - Shuttleworth
Bleriot XI - Shuttleworth
Blackburn Type D Monoplane - Shuttleworth
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Post by Flightline Uk » Tue May 18, 2021 7:41 am

The Shuttleworth season opened with the 'Season Premiere' airshow on the 2nd May. Amonsgt the Shuttleworth favourites, the Premiere featured a number of notable items including the first public display of the Bristol F2b Fighter in its 22 Squadron markings, James Brown's debut public display in Hurricane Heritage's Noorduyn Harvard IIb and an appearance of ARCo's Hispano Buchon wearing the temporary markings of Jagdgeschwader 27 when they were deployed to the North African desert. More images and a full review can be found HERE.

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Post by Ken91 » Tue May 18, 2021 1:38 pm

Thanks for sharing the pictures! I'd love to see all those vintage planes flying around sometime.
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Post by Flightline Uk » Tue May 25, 2021 7:11 am

It wasn't long before we were back at Old Warden for the first evening airshow of the year - Spies and Intrigue. Old Warden is close to the site of RAF Tempsford which during the Second World War was one of the RAF's most secretive airfields as it supported the 'Special Operations Executive.' Amongst the highlights were a rare airshow appearance by one of the RAF BBMF's de Havilland Chipmunk T10s, the return of ARCO's Westland Lysander which flew in company with the Shuttleworth Collection's example plus some quite extraordinary skies later in the evening! More images and a full review can be found HERE.

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Post by Flightline Uk » Wed May 26, 2021 11:20 am

Latest for the Flying Festival on 6th June
Military Flying Displays

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight – Supermarine Spitfire (Flypast)

Civilian Flying Displays

Global Stars – Extra 330SC/Extra 260/Extra 300L/Extra 300S
British Aerospace Jetstream – Cranfield University
Beagle Pup Prototype – Beagle Pup Prototype Club
Hawker Hurricane I – Bygone Aviation
de Havilland DH89a Dragon Rapide – Philip Meeson
Scottish Aviation Bulldog – John Hurrell
Auster AOP6 – Kevin Hale
Slingsby Kirby Kite – David Underwood
Avro 504k - Shuttleworth
Bristol F2B Fighter - Shuttleworth
Sopwith Camel - Shuttleworth
de Havilland DH51 - Shuttleworth
ANEC II – Shuttleworth
Hawker Cygnet – Shuttleworth
English Electric Wren – Shuttleworth
Westland Lysander – Shuttleworth
de Havilland DH88 Comet – Shuttleworth
Percival Mew Gull – Shuttleworth
Miles Hawk Speed Six – Shuttleworth
Comper Swift – Shuttleworth
Gloster Gladiator – Shuttleworth
Schneider SF38 (EoN Primary) – Shuttleworth
Southern Martlet – Shuttleworth
Percival Provost T1 – Shuttleworth
Supermarine Spitfire Vc – Shuttleworth
de Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth – Shuttleworth
de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk – Shuttleworth
Bristol Boxkite – Shuttleworth
Bleriot XI – Shuttleworth
Blackburn Type D Monoplane – Shuttleworth
Avro Triplane – Shuttleworth
Deperdussin – Shuttleworth
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Post by Flightline Uk » Thu May 27, 2021 1:14 pm

The RAF Red Arrows will be performing a flypast at the Flying Festival - 6th June
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Post by Flightline Uk » Thu Jun 03, 2021 9:41 am

https://www.air-shows.org.uk/2021/06/ai ... classroom/
Cranfield University’s Jetstream 31 aircraft, part of the National Flying Laboratory Centre (NFLC), will make its final public display at the Shuttleworth Trust’s Flying Festival of Britain Drive-in Airshow on Sunday 6 June.

The Jetstream will be replaced with a new Saab 340B, arriving at Cranfield in a few weeks’ time, after a fundraising campaign with charitable donations and contributions from alumni, industry and the universities whose students fly in the aircraft.

The retirement of the Jetstream will end not only the aircraft’s career with Cranfield but the University’s link with the Jetstream family which goes back to 1969/1970 when Cranfield acquired three of the prototype aircraft.

Joe Brown, Senior Management Pilot at Cranfield University – who, along with Dodge Bailey, will be in the cockpit of the Jetstream for its final public outing – said: “This weekend’s display will be the last public outing for our Jetstream and will provide a suitable swansong for 50 years of Jetstream operations at Cranfield – that’s around 47% of the total number of years humans have enjoyed powered flight! We look forward to providing the Jetstream with a fitting send-off through an exciting display which members of the public are welcome to come along and watch.”

Around 1,700 students a year fly with Cranfield and about 30,000 students have benefited from the experience so far. Cranfield won the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for this activity in 2019, the highest honour for a university in the UK.

The 19-seat Jetstream is also a flying laboratory used for research, with sensors mounted on its flight surfaces, engines and fuel tanks to feed data into the cabin during flight.

The new Saab 340B aircraft will not only be able to feed data from the sensors into the cabin but also beam it down to the ground to provide a ‘global connected classroom’ that can be livestreamed.
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