A6M-3 Zero could become Japan’s first flying warbird

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(Photo cclark395 (CC BY-NC 2.0))

Japanese businessman Masahide Ishizuka recently presented his project of basing his Mitsubishi A6M-3 Zero (registered N553TT) in Japan, where it would fly at airshows. This would make it the first flying warbird in Japan and could lead to other warbirds flying in the country, such as those of Nobuo Harada, whose collection includes many World War II Japanese aircraft.

Read the full article on Aeroplane Monthly.

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