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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. 

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

Thank you.

Vulcan to the Sky Guestbook

12551 Entries

John Leaman

Very appropriate that the Vulcan appeared today at Shoreham for one slow pass - effectively as a mark of respect. Much appreciated by those present.

Mrs Cathy Vincent

We looked up and saw the silloute of this magnificent plane !!!It was on the way back to Yorkshire after appearing at Dawlish,Shoreham and Bornemouth...We have never seen this plane before,and now we will never forget what a magestic plane this is and what a sad loss it will be in the skies without her !!!!

What a testament to the work of your wonderful team and an emotional reminder of my childhood visits to Farnborough during the 50&#39


John Jackson

I'm so glad I made the effort to see XH558 at RIAT and Eastbourne. Both events were truly memorable. I served in the RAF from 1969 to 2000, spending 5 years on a Vulcan Sqnuadron(44 Rhodesia) at Waddington. We all took those times for granted and it is only now that my thoughts are focused on this majestic aircrafts last season! Thanks to all at Vulcan to the Sky trust for making her last season so fantastic.

Glen Di Giovanni

I'm privileged to have seen this fantastic and iconic flying legend at some of the RIAT's I attended! The aircraft was astounding but I will always distinctly remember her 'roar' when she began her take off run!! Absolutely awesome!! I will miss her a lot!!

Clive Clasing

Looking forward to Dawlish Airshow. Cant someone build a new one? We wont mind a replica

Joe Duff-Smith

We saw her at Headcorn Aerodrome on Saturday 14th August. A stunning display that made me feel quite emotional knowing that it will be the last time I will see her flying. I feel privileged to have seen her in the air where she belongs, a memory that I will cherish forever.

Simon Green

Like millions of people I have watched Vulcans flying for decades, starting at Farnborough in the 1950s when I was a small boy. Later I recall a display with the Concorde test engine underneath dawdle down the Farnborough runway with the afterburner lit halfway down and then an unbelievable vertical ascent allegedly on that one engine. On Saturday I saw a Vulcan fly for the last time and I would like to thank you all for a wonderful; experience at Headcorn in perfect weather. XH558 was immaculately clean, flown with aplomb and gloriously sonorous. Well done everyone involved.


Thank you for all of your hard work which has made it possible for me to see XH558 flying. Your work has given me the most breathtaking memories of seeing and hearing the Vulcan Bomber soaring through the sky. These are memories that will stay with me forever and for which I am truly grateful. The end of the 2015 flying season will be a sad day but I hope to see XH558 one last time before then!

heather gill

My Boyfriend and I went to the Eastbourne Airshow and thought the Vulcan was fantastic. It will be sadly missed to see it flying.