T6 Harvard Flying Displays

The Wacky Wabbit – AJ841. If you are looking for another item to add to your existing air show then please consider adding the “Wacky Wabbit” The Harvard is a must for any airshow. The Harvard/Texan know as the “Pilot Maker” was responsible for training over 75% of the allied fighter pilots during World War 2. With its fighter like appearance and unique rasping sound as it propeller tips touch the sound barrier, the Harvard is a real crowd pleaser at any airshow. And please don’t forget that we offer T6 Harvard Warbird Experience flights” in this beautiful aircraft!

Warbird – Our aircraft has been painted with incredible accuracy to represent AJ841 which flew with the Desert Airforce from 1941 – 1946. AJ841 would have been responsible for training pilots in the North African campaign. As log book evidence shows she was used for ferrying many squadron pilots around from such places as Palestine to Aleppo in Syria during 1942.  Evidence also exists of her flying in Lybia and Egypt!

The Wacky Wabbit – The Wacky Wabbit decal painted on both sides of the aircraft was the squadron patch of “No 5 British Flying Training School” (BFTS) Based in Clewiston Florida USA in 1945.

Airshows booked for 2019

1 – Abingdon Airshow – 5th May 2019

Airshows booked for 2018

1 – The Abingdon Air and Country Show – 6th May 2018 – Completed

2 – Cosford Airshow – 10th June 2018 – Completed

3 – Little Grandson Airshow – August 26th 2018 – Completed


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The beautiful “Wacky Wabbit”

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The Wacky Wabbit Displaying at Abingdon May 2018
The “Wacky Wabbit” displaying at Duxford 2017

Little Grandson Air Show – 2017

Displaying the Harvard to the crowd – Showing various angles of the aircraft

Below – CAA Links for flying displays

CAA – Flying display approvals 

CAA – Flying Display Directors

CAA – CAP 403


T6 Harvard Conversion training

T6 Harvard flying displays

T6 Harvard Warbird experience flights

Film and media opportunities 

Take a look at our exciting T6 Harvard videos

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