George Pritchard Mosquito pilot WW2 Veteran โฌ†๏ธ๐Ÿ”

By Andy Goodall on Monday, June 5th, 2023

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We had the absolute pleasure today of taking 99-year-old (soon to be 100) George Pritchard on a flight around some of his old Cambridgeshire WW2 Airfields, including former RAF Bourn, Wyton and Alconbury, with a flypast of Duxford IWM landing finally at Fowlmere. WW2 Pilot F/Sgt George Pritchard was a Wellington pilot and then a […]


TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 6 of 8

By Andy Goodall on Sunday, October 9th, 2022

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TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 6 of 8 To continue from my last post about the T-28 Trojan – What I liked most about the Trojan were its predictability, throttle response and excellent controls; it seemed that at any speed, when trimmed correctly, it could be controlled easily with a very light touch and the roll rate […]


TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 5 OF 8

By Andy Goodall on Friday, October 7th, 2022

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TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 5 OF 8 I have to say a big thanks to all the staff at the M.S.ร–. Air and Space Museum at theย Sivrihisar Aviation Centre in Turkey, especially Ali ฤฐsmet ร–ztรผrk, a renowned Turkish professional display pilot, recently retired. Without the support and trust of Ali, his family and the staff, I […]


TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 4 OF 8

By Andy Goodall on Sunday, October 2nd, 2022

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TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 4 OF 8   The air show at Izmir concluded with an excellent final display along the coastline on the 10th of September, with substantially fewer people than the 2.2 million the day before; I would say only a few hundred thousand, yes, just a few hundred thousand! My final display was […]


TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 3 OF 8

By Andy Goodall on Tuesday, September 27th, 2022

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TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 3 OF 8 After a restful stay in the Park Inn Radisson, we returned to Kaklฤฑรง Airfield mid-afternoon, but not before going next door to the local Starbucks for some email admin and a Cappuccino or three! Preparation for the display had been done the day before, so we all knew what […]


TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 2 OF 8

By Andy Goodall on Saturday, September 24th, 2022

in Airshow, T6 Harvard, T6 Texan, Wacky Wabbit, Warbird

TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 2 OF 8 So, to recap, we have flown from the M.S.ร–. Air and Space Museum in Sivrihisar Turkey to Zafer (LTBZ) for fuel and then off to our destination at Kaklฤฑรง (LTFA) in Izmir, where we shall stay for the next few days to take part in the air show which […]


TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 1 OF 8

By Andy Goodall on Friday, September 23rd, 2022

in Airshow, T6 Harvard, T6 Texan, Warbird

TURKISH ADVENTURE PART 1 OF 8 I was recently invited back for the annual air show at the M.S.ร–. Air and Space Museum (Turkish: M.S.ร–. Hava ve Uzay Mรผzesi), located at Sivrihisar Aviation Center, EskiลŸehir, Turkey. Oh boy, was I going to be in for a surprise! I want to write a series of posts […]


HISTORIC HARVARD

By Andy Goodall on Thursday, August 4th, 2022

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I often get emails like the one below, and I would like to share this now with you… Always nice to share some history on an aircraft that we all know and love ย – The HARVARD! Good morning. I’ve just been reading the piece about oxygen equipment on your excellent site. I now know my […]


“THE LITTLE YELLOW FERGIE”

By Andy Goodall on Tuesday, February 8th, 2022

in Airshow, Gallery, T6 Harvard, T6 Texan, Wacky Wabbit, Warbird

TE20 Massey Ferguson Restoration On the 23rd of October 2021, Andrew Goodall and Collin Vaughan discovered the “Wabbit Twactor” on eBay after searching for the ultimate warbird towing machine for the Harvard MK4, known as the “The Wacky Wabbit.” Initially, Andrew was interested in the newer more modern options available for towing aircraft so, Having […]


NEW INSTRUCTOR

By Andy Goodall on Friday, January 7th, 2022

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We would like to add Adam Lacey to the crew! Adam broke all records with T6 Harvard Ltd by making his solo flight after only 3.5 hours! So well done from all of us and we look forward to you working for us long into the future… All the best TEAM WABBIT