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Hawker Hunter (HB-RVW)

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AIR-14, Payerne/CH
Hawker Hunter TMk.68 (ex. J-4203) now HB-RVW together with
DH-115 Vampire Mk55 (ex. U-1208) now HB-RVF and Tiger F5-F J-3201.

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Yvon Dionne
You've captured three rare birds together great picture...i'M JEALOUS.
HE9JSD
Very nice, Switzerland !!!
Leon Kay
Good photo, particularly the Vampire one. I wonder how many of these planes are still flying. We have an Air Force base near our house in Pretoria, South Africa where they still have a serviceable one. It is being maintained by old retired aircraft technicians on a voluntary basis. I have recently observed it flying around as they are preparing for an Air show.
murliFAPhoto Uploader
@Leon: In Switzerland you can book passenger-flights with this Vampire :-)
wylann
Those are some classics for sure!
NEIL MCNALLY
Superb collection of past beauties. Thanks.
NEIL MCNALLY
There is(or was) an ex-Swiss single-seat Venom in a hanger at Ardmore airfield,south Auckland, Aotearoa/NZ.
dubjohn
I believe there is still one racing at Reno.
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