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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 its 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 logbook evidence shows, she flew 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.
Below – The Wacky Wabbit being put through its paces by Andy Goodall – The routine consists of lots of rolling and looping manoeuvres
Below – G-BUKY This T6 Harvard used to be on our books however it was sold in around 2016 and departed for Germany. We have all enjoyed many hours in this aircraft Displaying it. Here is G-BUKY being flown over Duxford in 2014
Below – Andy Goodall practising his routine in Turkey coached by Ali Ismet Ozturk in T6 Harvard Happy Hour. This airfield is nearly 3000 feet above sea level with unrestricted airspace and zero noise abatement problems. Conditions can be testing at this altitude making this airfield one of the best airfields in the world to train at.
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