Leave your message about your experience of XH558 or Vulcan aircraft here:

We would love to hear your memories of Vulcans back in their service days or when seeing XH558 display since her restoration as the last airworthy example of the V-Force. Sadly, 2015 was her last season of flight. 

We rely on many small public donations to keep XH558 maintained. If you can consider a donation, please visit our this page.

If you wish to contact the team that looks after XH558, then please email: enquiries@vulcantothesky.org

Thank you.

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Kath Davies

I last saw the Vulcan over 30 years ago when it was flown over British Aerospace New Moston Manchester. My husband worked on the wings! Vulcan was magnificent. Pity it didn't fly when we went to Old Sarum air show recently. Would love to see her flying one last time . thank you


Tony Miller

Worked on ALL the Victor 2's And Vulcans Whilst doing Majors on the fleet At RAF StAthans in the 70's Will miss The old bird at shows, the only reason my wife will attend is the Vulcan. Having performed a "mass rapid start" I am well used to the roar and power. Will mourn the end of a great Britsh Achievement.


Ian McNichol

On leaving a turbine blade co in Leeds in 1977 I was given a cast (aluminium?) model of B2 (VX777). It has always intrigued me as to its origins - it seems to be about a 1/84th scale (40.4cm span) and weighs 3.3kg. I would welcome any info as to its origins? Many Thanks


Richard Newton

If this was â??A LONG TIME AGO IN A GALAXY FAR AWAYâ? this plane would be the equivalent of the Millennium Falcon (from star wars). Really glad my son got to see this lovely lady. I still find it hard to believe that this magnificent plane was made in a time before such thing as a Hi-Viz vest. Thanks to everyone involved including the nice lady who took lots of money of me in the gift shop on your family day event.


Louis Darracott

This Lady has always been my favorite aircraft. Although I have never had the privilege to see her up close. To me she is simply awesome. I wish I could find a model of her but they don't have them here in the U.S. Which I think is a bloody shame!! Anyway please take care of My Lady.


Kev Rack

If you have never visited this lady in her hanger please take the opportunity to do so, rarely do you organise a trip where everyone comes home amazed and very satisfied. This was one such trip. 54 people all enthralled to listen to the history of XH588 and the opportunity to see her in the flesh was superb. Thanks to Alan Jones and the Vulcaninthesky team for looking after us. A great evening.


Carol Gawthorne

We were at Southport Air Show watching this magnificent Vulcan was totally amazing, great to see the Red Arrows flying with this iconic plane it was spectacular ,leaves you so proud to be British , I do hope this plane will be preserved.


Adam wallace

All it takes is for someone to just say the word Vulcan and I get goosebumps,I have given thousands over the years and have travelled all over the UK to see her , she is a massive part of my life, to know she will not fly beyond 2015 has broken my heart but I would like to thank everyone that has returned her to flight and kept her there from volunteers to pilots ,thanks for the memorys


Deborah Tullett

We drove 4 hours from Yorkshire, should be 2, to Southport yesterday to watch the final time that XH558 will fly with the Red Arrows, the Dr Seuss quote was very memorable, ''don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened''....and made us all feel very proud. So glad we went, will remember that day always


PRICEANDYP

FAULTLESS DISPLAY AT SOUTHPORT 2015 - BEAMING WITH PRIDE AT YOUR RED ARROW FLYPAST AND A FEW TEARS SHED AMONGST THE CROWD TOO.. A HEARTFELT THANK YOU TO ALL INVOLVED IN THIS ENDEAVOUR AT YOUR DEDICATION AND MATCHLESS SKILL. AN UNFORGETABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRUELY AWESOME.