T6 Harvard Aviation



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Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar Ltd was setup in 2011 and is dedicated to the restoration and continued safe operation of our aircraft. The Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar Ltd is based at the famous WW2 RAF aerodrome at Biggin Hill, Kent. The aircraft we operate comprise of several superb airworthy examples of legendary WW2 Supermarine Spitfire and other fighter aircraft, each with extensive wartime histories. Our aim is to provide current and future generations the chance to see airworthy Spitfires up close and in the air. We hope to have open days, arranged visits and tours throughout the summer months. All of which will be advertised on our website and Facebook page. We will also aim to attend airshows and other public displays around the South of England and maybe further afield if requested. Head over to our Facebook Page to get in touch and find out more!

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A trial flying lesson in the T-6 Harvard is a truly unique experience as the opportunity for a flight in a warbird such as this is very rare - You will get the chance to take the controls yourself! A real adrenaline rush for the pilot or non pilot alike – this powerful and exciting aircraft was used to train pilots converting onto the legendary Spitfire, and is definitely the next best experience to actually flying a Spitfire! Choose from a 20 minute or 30 minute flight. You can book this truly unique experience in our T6 Harvard taking off from the famous Battle of Britain airfield IWM Duxford through Classic Wings.

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We will be a permanent flying memorial to Transport Command. Dakotair will operate a veteran Dakota Aircraft and certify it to carry passengers. This will allow the public to be very much involved with the memorial - through a number of experiences, ranging from 20 minute pleasure flights, London sightseeing trips, Normandy battlefield fights and tours, and even formation experiences with WW2 fighters including the mighty Spitfire.

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Spitfire Survivors is the definitive reference book on the history of each and every survivor of the legendary World War II fighter aircraft. Volume I, published in March 2011, covers the Spitfire from the Mk I, which entered service at Duxford, Cambridgeshire, in July 1938, up to the F.XII - the first Spitfire to be powered by the Rolls-Royce Griffon engine - and which entered service in February 1943. Volume II was published in July 2013 and completed the work, covering the Spitfire Mks XIV - F.24, all surviving Sea fires, and a selection of Appendices on Spitfire-related matters.
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.

email: Info@T6Harvard.com
Mobile: +44 (0) 7850 907183 (Glen)
Mobile: +44 (0) 7840 750999 (Neil)
Mobile: +44 (0) 7747 841348 (Mike)
Mobile: +44 (0) 7717534574 (Andy)
+973 35346217 (Andy Primary)

For donations or sponsorship please use the below link at gofundme