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Doncaster Vulcan set for RAF Waddington air show spectacular

The last remaining flying Vulcan XH558 lands at Robin Hood Airport. Picture: Kev Pointon

The last remaining flying Vulcan XH558 lands at Robin Hood Airport. Picture: Kev Pointon

The world’s last remaining flying Vulcan bomber will return home once more again today as part of the annual RAF Waddington air show.

XH558, which is now stationed at Doncaster’s Robin Hood Airport, will display at the Lincolnshire airbase where it was stationed for much of its RAF flying career.

The Vulcan, which is now 54 years old, will be performing flying displays at both days of this weekend’s air show with visitors able to catch a glimpse of the iconic aircraft on the ground inbetween.

Full details of the Vulcan’s summer 2014 appearances are available at www.vulcantothesky.org

 

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