ABOUT T6 HARVARD AVIATION
Welcome to T6 Harvard Aviation, bringing all UK Harvard owners and enthusiasts together. This new website is dedicated to the history and preservation of one of the finest Military Advanced Training aircraft ever produced. We are the owner operators of two beautifully restored Harvard aircraft and are dedicated to keeping our aeroplanes in perfect flying condition for the enjoyment of the public now and for future generations to come through flying displays, experience flights and annual gatherings of other UK Harvard's.
HARVARD EXPERIENCE FLIGHTS
Pilot the T6 Harvard - A trial flying lesson in the T6 Harvard is a truly unique experience as the opportunity for a flight in a warbird such as this is very rare - and you get the chance to take the controls yourself!
Fly alongside the Spitfire - if a flight in the T6 Harvard is not exciting enough then why don't you book the legendary Spitfire to come along side and fly in formation with you while you pilot
The Harvard Club of Great Britain
We would like this site to become a reference site for all Harvard/Texan enthusiasts in Great Britain. As this site progresses we would like to build upon the History of the Harvard to include interesting articles on all things Harvard/Texan/SNJ. Just a few of the known Harvard's below registered in Great Britain, click on the link to visit the web page. There are 28 Harvard's on the British register and I only have the complete histories of 8 so your help would be appreciated....
Harvard Pilot notes & Technical Pdf's are now available, also including airframe and engine technical notes and part numbers - Click on the below Harvard links for more information or the sales tab above
- PILOTS NOTES HARVARD 2 B
- WASP ENGINE RCAF S1H2 S3H1 S3H1/SQ S1H1-G R1340-AN-1 and PC1
- HARVARD PARTS MANUAL MK2 MK 2A and 4 CC&F
- T6 G and LT-6G PARTS MANUAL/CATALOG
MEDIA & NEWS
Photography - Where possible we have attributed all photographs to the photographer where known. Its not our intention to breach any copyright as most of the pictures have been taken from open source media.
T-6 HARVARD AVIATION BLOG