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Jul 28 2011

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Vintage Wings of Canada Swordfish flies again

LS326, the RNHF's Swordfish at Duxford in 2010. (Photo Feggy Art (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)).

The Vintage Wings of Canada Swordfish (HS554) flew again on July 26th after five years of restauration and overhaul. The first flight took place at Gatineau Executive Airport, Québec, Canada and was performed by John Aitken. The VWoC’s Swordfish is one of only two flying in the world, the other one being operated by the Royal Navy Historical Flight in the UK.

Visit Vintage Wings of Canada website to read more about HS554’s first flight.

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