Duxford Battle of Britain air show marks 100 years of RAF
PUBLISHED: 16:19 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 13:23 27 September 2018
Imperial War Museum Duxford welcomed visitors in their tens of thousands to its Battle of Britain Air Show at the weekend.
The show celebrated 100 years of RAF history and a provided a vision of its future, both on the ground and in the air.
During the flying display, more than 51,000 spectators saw a wide range of RAF aircraft – including the Red Arrows display team, the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Avro Lancaster and the Eurofighter Typhoon.
In celebration of the prestigious 617 Squadron, there was a display of the squadron’s aircraft past, present and future, featuring the Avro Lancaster, Tornado GR4 – seen for the last time at an air show before it goes out of service in 2019 – and F-35B Lightning II, the RAF’s newest fighter aircraft.
Across the museum, activities celebrated the RAF’s past, present and future, and visitors were able to catch a glimpse of the newly unveiled Future Fighter aircraft.
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