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Next Public Appearance >>>

Avro Vulcan XH558 - Next Flight

Where to see XH558 next!

THIS SUNDAY 4th October - Gaydon and Old Warden.

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Vulcan XH558 is owned and operated by Vulcan to the Sky Trust, a British charity established to maintain and operate this remarkable aircraft.

The Avro Vulcan is an iconic example of British aerospace engineering at its world-beating best. Its impressive list of technical achievements includes being the first successful large delta wing aircraft, leading directly to Concorde and the Space Shuttle, and delivering performance and agility so close to a jet fighter’s that it was given a fighter-style control column in place of the traditional bomber pilot’s yoke. Today that agility allows XH558 to deliver amazing air displays, which unfortunately must finish this year as her time as a flying aircraft draws to an end.

But XH558 is not just for the pleasure of seeing her giant delta profile appear low over the trees and pull up dramatically as she climbs high into the sky. She is an iconic example of that remarkable period of intense post-war innovation that made British aviation technology the envy of the world. As the many displays at her hangar demonstrate, this allowed her to play a fascinating role in keeping the peace during the Cold War, a period of terrifying global tension. It’s a truly remarkable story.

Vulcan to the Sky Trust already has an established education programme, working with schools, colleges and other organisations. In her new life, still able to accelerate dramatically along the runway, XH558 will build on this exciting provenance to inspire and educate new generations of young people, focussing on the technical skills that our country needs so badly.

Vulcan XH558 flies thanks to the generosity of her supporters who give their time and money to supplement the Trust’s commercial income. She would not fly without them. If you would like to join this group and play your part in maintaining and operating the last flying Vulcan, please click the Support button on this page.

Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this remarkable story happen.

Latest News

Latest on National Tour

Oct 7, 2015

this coming weekend.

Report from Old Warden / Shuttleworth

Oct 6, 2015

Trustee Stephen Liddle writes:

Final flights at risk

Oct 2, 2015

as vital safety routes attract large crowds.

Report from Southport

Sep 21, 2015

on a final farewell with The Red Arrows

Commemorative Medal

Sep 19, 2015

available to pre-order.

Report from Coventry

Sep 18, 2015

A Vulcan to the Sky Club Day

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