Tag: de Havilland Sea Vixen

Videos: Sea Vixen “Foxy Lady” wheels-up landing at Yeovilton

Source: The Aviationist YouTube channelĀ (video by Steven Canning)   Source: RAG85 YouTube channel  

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Fly Navy Heritage Trust Sea Vixen belly-lands in Yeovilton

Sea Vixen XP924 of the Fly Navy Heritage Trust made a wheels-up landing in Yeovilton on Saturday 27 May, after developing hydraulics problems. The pilot is unharmed but the aircraft, the sole airworthy Sea Vixen in the world, received substantial damage. Source: Somerset Live Page Facebook du Sea Vixen “Foxy Lady”

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Sea Vixen XP924 gear collapses on landing

Sea Vixen D.3 XP924 (G-CVIX), the sole airworthy Sea Vixen, was damaged when its nose gear collapsed upon landing at Bournemouth, UK. The airport was closed to traffic for several hours following the incident. Nobody was hurt in the incident. The extent of damage to the aircraft is unknown. Source

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